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November 27th, 1972
Sonja told me once that there comes a point in your life when you realize that you are not going to change the world. Gayle maintains that the real fear of age should be that, as we age, we begin to make concessions with our hopes. We begin to settle for less.
Being with my family these past few days I realized how most people do indeed live and die in obscurity. As I write this, how many people are dying?
I think I fear trying to become an actor because I fear failure. Years of struggle only to produce a third-rate Pat Peret?
Success is proportion to recognition.