Monday, January 4, 2016

Our Very Own Tools


It's so important to own our own tools if we are going to make good structures.

So too, the mistakes we own are far more valuable to the creative process than we realize. 
Therefore, we should never say no to the opportunity of making them, nor be intimidated by critics attempts to use our mistakes against us. 

A proper tool set includes a good selection of mistakes. 

The critic who declares that the result of our risk-taking is a 'worthless' failure fails far worse than we ever do as artists who have embraced the possibility of failure.

Because we make (and own) our own mistakes, there is nothing to prevent us from making something beautiful with them. 

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