Tuesday, February 8, 2011


"The Zen-inspired painter seeks the 'truth' of a landscape, like that of religion, in sudden enlightenment. This allows no time for careful detailed draftsmanship. After long contemplation, he is expected to be able to seize inner truth in a swordlike stroke of the brush..."

~ a passage from a book on Japanese art, shown to writer Harriet Rubin who interviewed Peter Drucker at his home for Inc., in 1998;

[Source: 'The Wisdom of Peter Drucker from A to Z', from Inc.,]