Something you do with your heart

I think this Is something we all have when we’re young.

Picasso and Einstein are both on the record with quotes agreeing with this notion.

We live in a machine designed to squeeze this out of us. Everyone has to have an agenda, to be doing something — something calculated — objectives, plans, schemes and arrangements.

We sometimes get glimpses of it now and then in the midst of life, but the push of context and circumstance force other aspects of reality into our awareness.

Unless we make time for it intentionally.

You don’t have to call yourself an artist.

Just let your hearts tell you what to do.

Like you used to.

Originally published @ steverigell.com

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Introvert-at-Large, off the beaten track @ steverigell.com

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