Hello. This will be my first post on this forum. I've come back to this site to read topics for several years, however. I recently reread the Fountainhead. One part that has always bothered me is when Roark, after viewing some of Peter's attempts at painting (the line of work Peter should have chosen) says, "It's too late, Peter." Peter followed his mother's advice to be an architect, instead of having the courage to do what he really wanted: paint. Some would call it luck that Roark