If anything, creating is about asking questions and taking a different approach to things. Works of art created make us react to them, one way or the other. And those who run away from the art? They participate in them, too, without realizing. Many who do not value art think of it as something you do once you have everything figured out, your finances are taken care of, and you are where you need to be. This is misleading because humans never really get to that point. Everything we do will always be flawed.

Things need to be created so that we see each other’s rough edges and show how we see things. Our minds need to be challenged, and overlooked ideas need to be on our faces for alternative ways of thinking to be recognized. There’d be no point in being human if all we did is eat, sleep, work and mate. If that was the case, we wouldn’t be “going” anywhere, we’d so much be busy with the routines that we’d never stop and ask questions. But apparently, we’re going someplace. So, we better lookout for new things to orient ourselves in the right direction.

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