storksOn a recent trip I noticed a lot of statues. My favorite is one with four life-sized storks over a fountain.

Most statues are of soldiers, politicians, or artists, with a few of scientists snuck in. Over the years while traveling to diverse spots, from Copenhagen to Tonga, I’ve never seen a statue of a critic. Statues are a recognition of ¬†greatness in people from the mighty to the humble. You might run across Napoleon and then find a statue for unknown soldiers.

But none of critics. So go be great.