|"I am a god."|
As I "listened" to him over the past few days, I realized that this was also his own personal quest. He knew who he was, believed in his own personal mission, and was deeply aware that "the fight" was a necessary or logical corollary of his creative genius. He was certainly not diffident in affirming his own creative genius, which, as I understand it, is product oriented (with a focus on the highest quality), collaborative (recognizing the importance of working closely with other experts), and life-improving. As I listened, I realized that radio stations and TV talk-show hosts want to talk with him about particulars, about a specific art or about his celebrity status. He wants to talk big ideas, to share his dreams. The question is are they ready for him? Are we ready for him. His constant cry is, "I can help humanity." But no one seems to be taking him seriously. No Medicci Family is stepping forward to help this Michelangelo. And after having made his acquaintance, I must say that he has me believing that I, too, "am a god." And I say, "Thank you."