Gretchen Rubin

Secret of Adulthood: I’m Unique, Just Like Everyone Else.

Secret of Adulthood: I’m Unique, Just Like Everyone Else.

In her memoir Life with Picasso, Francoise Gilot quoted Matisse:

As Matisse said, "When I look at a fig tree, every leaf has a different design. They all have their own manner of moving in space; yet in their own separate ways, they all cry, 'Fig tree.'"

It's one of my Secrets of Adulthood: I'm unique, just like everyone else.

Do you have any favorite memoirs to recommend? I'm in the mood to read a really terrific memoir. Maybe I'll finally read James Boswell's London Journal.

 

 

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