“Those who research human behavior continually reveal many interesting and helpful facts concerning the way we live, or begin to stop living. A case in point is the level at which people, even those blessed with above average intelligence and income, begin to slow down, withdraw, instead of expanding their physical and mental activities with each passing year.
Like flowers that blossom and wither after so many days of growth, people, even in their mid-thirties, stop growing early in life. An enormous percentage, by their own admission, have no desire to shift gears.
Learning to live is life’s most important art. No matter how you rate your past, the future is still yours to shape. Building a bar may seem like a trivial way to shift gears, but it does offer a change of pace, an opportunity to broaden your sphere of activity. Invest time in a constructive endeavor and you’ll find it pays big dividends. See how quickly it helps you reach other goals.”
Donal R. Brann
HOW TO BUILD BARS, 1970
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PEREGRINEPROGRAM is pleased to present HOW TO BUILD BARS an exhibition by Charles Fogarty looking at enthusiasm and lifestyle complications from June 21 – July 19, 2015. Opening reception on Sunday June 21, from 1 – 4 pm.