Find What You Love and Let It Kill You

James Rhodes. I can’t take credit for finding this article. I read about it in a blog post by Steven Pressfield the Author of the famous War of Art. This article has become one of my all time favourites. It’s my go to article when I feel down and it reminds me of the struggle of creating that we all have and that I’m not working hard enough! My favourite part is ‘We seem to have evolved into a society of mourned and misplaced creativity.’ I’m ripping it off lock, stock and barrel from Steven Pressfield’s Blog. Find What You Love and Let It Kill You  My life as a concert pianist can […]

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David Bowie answers the famous Proust Questionnaire

The famous Questionnaire by Marcel Proust is a form of Interview about ones personality and is typically featured at the back of Vanity Fair. Source: Brain Pickings . What is your idea of perfect happiness? Reading. What is your most marked characteristic? Getting a word in edgewise. What do you consider your greatest achievement? Discovering morning. What is your greatest fear? Converting kilometers to miles. What historical figure do you most identify with? Santa Claus. Which living person do you most admire? Elvis. Who are your heroes in real life? The consumer. What is the trait you most deplore in yourself? While in New York, tolerance. Outside New York, intolerance. What […]

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