Highlights are not permanent.
In all collected works one can find results
which are good or not so good as well as failures, which should not be shown.
A work of art should be convincing by itself.
Introductory words can help to better understand
a picture but one cannot explain the essence
of a picture just by the mere use of words.
Explanations should be used sparingly, otherwise the impression may arise, that
a picture has to be explained and then the explanation may be more important than
This could happen.
If someone fantasizes about mysteries and cosmic and sacred dimensions then one has
to seriously examine the veracity of what was said.