Food of the Gods
Our job as creatives is not to make magic. Our job is to make, and make, and make, and make....and finally recognize when we've made something special or magic.
Our work as creators is not to make magic. It is to make, and make, and make, and make and make. And recognize when we've made something special—something magic.
I've always been a day dreamer. I've always gazed into this abyss of the unknown and I find peace and solace in knowing that there is more possible and impossible than I could ever imagine. It continues to be my lifeline.
Chocolate triggers memories and daydreams. It allows us to connect with our animal senses. This taste experience can be felt in our bones...at the cellular level.
We can't always control the bad stuff. But we can continue to give ourselves new and wondrous experiences.
Recognize and give honor to the value of an experience that is entirely new. We are often afraid of new before it happens, but once it happens, we are changed.
There is really nothing like being part of a whole room full of people listening to a musician, or a story, or witnessing a piece of art. When we experience life through what others see & do, our own experience is validated and enriched.
One golden rule I've found important when living a creative life is when you sense something special, give chase. See it through.
True magic doesn't require you to believe in magic. It's about recognizing and submitting to experiencing the unknown, and simultaneously it's our expansion of our awareness of what is known.
I was always aware a possibility of what was beyond. There is a vast unknown. And in this unknown is magic and potential.
True magic doesn't require you to believe in magic, because it's an experience.