... he also gave me some of the best advice I've ever received. Trying to decide whether to major in psychology or art history, I had gone to his office to see what he thought. He squinted and lowered his head. "Is this a hard choice for you?" he demanded. Yes! I cried. "Oh," he said, springing back cheerfully. "In that case, it doesn't matter. If it's a hard decision, then there's always lots to be said on both sides, so either choice is likely to be good on its way. Hard choices are always unimportant."
Adam Gopnik falando sobre Albert Bregman, professor emérito de psicologia na McGill University, em uma boa matéria sobre música tridimensional (?!?) e o que nos faz gostar dessa arte.