This blog dictates an invaluable lesson for creating our best work in life all the while separating our value from the outcome. Our best asset is internal praise and encouragement. Read on to learn the perspective of David J. Rogers.
It’s a paradox that when we detach ourselves from thoughts of ourselves and how we’re coming across and do with concentration solely what’s necessary to do to create good art, many obstacles disappear and no longer trouble us. Then the work we do is infinitely better and the artist’s life we lead is infinitely happier. We just do our work as well as we can and live our life as well as we can because that’s how work should be done and an artist’s life should be lived.
“Victory goes to the one who has no thought of himself.” (Chozan Shissai, The Way of the Sword)
Archers and Artists
Two thousand years ago Chuang Tzu wrote a description of a situation so relevant to painters, writers, dancers, and other artists of today that he could have written it this morning. He wrote that when an archer is…
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