I rarely label paintings with descriptive titles, or tell people what a particular painting is about.  I believe a painting by its very nature should describe itself.  It should evoke a response and have meaning for the seer without needing to be justified with a lengthy discourse.  

Like sky and cloud gazing, or meditating on the seashore, I always hope that people will sit back and quietly see what they will, that the paintings say all that is needed.