Tag Archives: Compliance

Fear in Moderation

Often, the cautious, incremental, conservative, moderate, careful approach is the least appropriate and stupidest response, under the circumstances.  It’s the mindset that leads to the wrong answers or to a lack of effective action.  This kind of approach leads to … Continue reading

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Rules

Why do we, as artists and as a species, like rules so much?  We’re mad for them.  Give us rules to follow!  If we have enough rules, we think, then everything will be under control and chaos will be averted … Continue reading

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The Magic of Art Creates the Future

Artists are magicians, in the sense that art is emotionally affective and it plants the seeds of ideas in people’s minds.  It has the power to influence and transform society.  Art can be thought of as magical because it is … Continue reading

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The Cat’s Whiskers

Everybody knows that a cat uses his whiskers as an extended sense organ.  They permit him to remain at large from predators and to sense the presence of small, fast-moving “rodentry”, so that starvation is averted.  Nobody would think of … Continue reading

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