What I learned today, from a fellow blogger:
"All artists are self-taught"
"Techniques and skill and even a point of view are often handed down, formally or not. It's easier to get started if you're taught, of course.
But art, the new, the ability to connect the dots and to make an impact--sooner or later, that can only come from one who creates, not from a teacher and not from a book." --Seth Godin
I really liked Seth's statement today, speaking as a college-educated writer but a self-taught musician.
It's come to my attention that some of you are having trouble understanding the thoughts and principles set forth in my blog, "Propinquity..." from a few days ago.
To that, Einstein, a major player in my blog, says:
I think I explained myself very clearly, actually. If I, as a non-math person, have to explain mathematical equations with letters, you know I'm not going deliberately over anyone's head and am using my intuitive, not rational, thinking. Ah hell, I should've just said, "Be fruitful and multiply!"
Perhaps the whole point of the exercise was to stress this simple point:
Furthermore, as a final thought:
Life begins at the end of our comfort zone - Neale Donald Walsch