Life is the art of drawing without an eraser – John W. Gardner
My friend Iain Thomas of my favorite blog I WROTE THIS FOR YOU put it very elegantly in a recent note he wrote me, sharing with me the story he heard designer Alexander Gelman tell…Says Iain:"Alexander used the metaphor of a door. If a door is completely closed, no one wants to go inside the room because they assume that it's closed for a reason. If a door is completely open, there's no need to go inside the room because you can see what's in it already. But if you leave the door slightly ajar, you create intrigue and interest and they want to go into the room. People actually enjoy doing a bit of work now and again."