Being an artist is like being a box, you spend your early
years taking everything out of the box, examine each different
piece and play with all possibilities you’ll find.
In the later more formative years you examine more carefully,
give more value to some of the things you have found in your
box, this then becomes your work.
Then when you’re a mature artist you hold on devotedly to your
personal pieces and arrangements that you unfolded out of the
box; this later becomes your legacy.
Then when you’re old and finally die, someone will come and
gather all your stuff and put it into a box.