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Larry, it seems to me that you found something that you were very
and put your heart and soul into it. And yes, I'm sure it wasn't easy.
did what Joseph suggested- find what you do best and stick with it.
it being easy or not for artists, that could be discussed to death. For
wasn't ,for others maybe it is not as much as a struggle. We are all
different for a one-size fits all receipe.
How do we find out what one does the best? Some it takes a lifetime and
know from early years. And I some Olympic athletes do know from early
Many of them start their training early on life. They excell in a
area as a youth and train for years to become ( hopefully) one of the
What I really wanted to bring up (here's goes my digression) was that
I read an article about how most artists don't reach their peak till
years ( 50 and up). This is also exactly what one of my art professors
told me may years ago.
Studies seem to show that writers have peaked earlier in life while many
artists don't hit their high till later in life. Maybe that is why
have felt so much anguish. It wasn't your time. But them I'm only
Good Luck to you in your artistic endeavors Larry.
Joseph-Thanks for the food for thought.
Hope you all had a wonderful holiday break ( especially all of you
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