8 comments

  1. Alex Jones

    People need meaning in life, the dream gives people that meaning. It is perhaps a hormone thing too, dopamine likes us to chase, but has been found to have little to do with rewarding the achievement of the goal. Artists I speak to say the art is the process of creating the product rather than the end product itself.

    You put across your lessons beautifully in image.

    • Hi Alex,
      I also believe that the process of creating is more important than the end product itself. I write my blog because I enjoy the creative struggle, putting my fuzzy thoughts in words and pictures. On the other hand receiving positive feedback from the blogging community, my family and friends is what keeps me going, what makes me take out my notebook to put down some ideas for a next post, even after a long day at work. I think that many people give up their dreams, because there is no one around giving them honest, constructive feedback.

      Thank you so much for all the feedback and the great book suggestion you have given me over the last 1.5 years. You are helping to keep my dream alive!

      • Alex Jones

        You are welcome. A lot of effort has gone into your posts, and they are like a work of art with a message. You come across beautifully. I am sure you would be unable to do what you do unless you enjoyed the process.

  2. Urja Sharma

    Ur work is very unique and speaks for itself…It is optimistic and spreads positivity….Ur simple sketches give out very bold msgs…
    Gr8 efforts on the thought process and creativity of ur art…keep up the good work…

    • Thank you so much for your kind encouragement. These last month I have been struggling to finish the posts I had started. So your kind feedback comes at exactly the right moment 🙂

      • Urja Sharma

        Actually i was really stressed out abt some venture in life that i wish to have..nd then one of ur sketches popped up…My head was turned and I felt the flow of good vibes and positive energy…Ur work really helped me…

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