Much of this site is about personal growth and achievement, especially for gifted and talented people. It can be a simulating frame of reference to view our inner development and our lives overall as creative endeavors.
In his article Life is Art, Jim Rohn articulates this idea:
Life isn’t made up of just wealth-building. Wealth-building should serve our ability to live our lives. Jesus, the master teacher, said that our lives are not made up of the abundance of our possessions. He didn’t mean that possessions aren’t good, just that wealth isn’t what life is all about.
So let me ask you: Are you spending more time on your math or your art? Do your math. Everybody should do their very best at their wealth-building plan so they can take care of themselves and their families.
But life is about the art. What does your canvas look like? What kind of picture are you painting? What kind of pot are you creating? What kind of statue are you sculpting? Take your time, make bold strokes, use brilliant colors, and make of your life the most beautiful masterpiece that you can.
In other words, do your math so you can focus on your art.
[The image is elephant artist Seng Wong from the page painting; related book: When Elephants Paint: The Quest of Two Russian Artists to Save the Elephants of Thailand
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Article publié pour la première fois le 08/01/2007