For many of us we have a need to be perfect and we punish ourselves when we don't live up to our expectations. Some people go so far as to stop creating. Their fear of not being perfect gets in their way and they give up. If you create from your heart, stop worrying about technique and accept the fact that you will never be perfect. And who says that you are a good judge of your own work. There are many examples of creative leaders being remembered for some minor work that they dashed off in a very short time. Do you really think that Charles Dickens thought that Christmas Carol would be his most famous, reproduced again and again in film and television? Many times what the author loves does not sell well and is poorly received by the general public. So don't worry about how good your art is. Just paint, write and compose. The public will do the rest.
|Ten Breaths: Damage|