The Process of Minimalism
I think minimalism, if approached in the wrong way, if it is approached in the aesthetic sense, can give people the wrong reaction.
I believe that minimalism is a process. It’s not an aesthetic. It’s not black and white. It’s the thoughtfulness that goes into creating these things.
It’s easy to throw out bad ideas, but to throw out really good ones is hard.
I didn't have time to write a short letter, so I wrote a long one instead. —Mark Twain
I erased the entire list [of tasks]. I just don't know if these things are the most important things to work on anymore. And, if they are important, they'll come back.