Great souls, Great stories.
Done is better than none. You could have all the ideas in the world, but without execution, you will go nowhere.
Creativity is just about connecting things. A whole lot of nonsense put together, and diluted with a creative passion can eventually make sense. Keep thinking. Exploring. Keep trying out new ways and methods of doing things and just when you least expect, you may stumble on that next great world-changing idea that will make all the difference.
Artistry, perhaps, is at its core being able to control change in interesting ways.
Sacred-thoughts flashes in your mind at sacred-time. If you don’t write it immediately, it will be forgotten.
It starts by forgetting about perfect. We don’t have time for perfect. In any event, perfection is unachievable: It’s a myth and a trap and a hamster wheel that will run you to death. The writer Rebecca Solnit puts it well: “So many of us believe in perfection, which ruins everything else, because the perfect is not only the enemy of the good; it’s also the enemy of the realistic, the possible, and the fun… The most evil trick about perfectionism, though, is that it disguises itself as a virtue.
She pours sugar on her life
and drinks the artist’s marrow
in the bone of her glass and she lives.
If I create from the heart, nearly everything works; if from the head, almost nothing.
Be not afraid of being called un-fashionable.