Remember that when you were a child no one needed to tell you how to be creative.  No one could.

You already knew the basics.  You’ve always known them.  They haven’t changed.  It’s just a matter of putting knowledge into effect.  It’s a matter of growing up, of being human.

[This post is dedicated to the life and memory of Paul Squires of Gingatao, a great poet of the early 21st century.]

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4 thoughts on “Time Management for Artists, Rule Number Eight (rule number two squared)

  1. Par l’essence nous sommes creatifs, par l’essence nous sommes creatifs, par l’essence nous sommes creatifs,

    et, Paul Squires etait un poet tres grand.

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