November 29, 2009 at 4:17 pm | Posted in Benefits, Compulsions, Interests, Recreation, Senses, Sight, Treatment | 5 Comments
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Once again, fine details are pronounced.

As discussed in Art and Detail, your compositions may be unusual for your age (or indeed any age).

Pieces like the one above may languish hidden in your home for decades.

Yet there’s power and satisfaction to be derived from rescuing your art, framing it nicely and displaying it with pride.

Chances are you’re going to be ‘odd’ for the rest of your life.

Why not revel in your special gifts and enjoy your time on earth?


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  1. Absolutely! My son has done some amazing pieces over the years including;

    An incredibly detailed Sydney Harbour Bridge + Opera House in Preschool

    An awesome self portrait in Kindergarten: The kids were told to hold a mirror up and draw what they saw. All of them drew faces except our son who drew half of his face and then filled the other side of his face up with things he could see in his travels around the classroom – yep, he didn’t sit still while drawing. It looks like a picasso.

    • Wow, Gavin! It’s wonderful to hear your story. I envy those with special artistic skills, and it sure sounds like your son is one of them. It’s great that you celebrate his talent. Thank you for taking the time to make your comment. πŸ™‚

      • By the way, Gavin, might you be interested in displaying your son’s self portrait on this blog? It’d be great to widen the focus beyond my own experiences. πŸ™‚

  2. AS, I like the attitude in your last line here. If you can revel in your unique perspective, rather than be beholden to it, good …

    Great post.

    Nice pic too.


    • Thanks a lot, adamnrave. It is indeed a breakthrough for me. I’ve done the crying thing, the angry thing, the crazy thing, the depressed thing, the self-medication thing, the self-desctructive thing, the pity-me thing, the just-give-up thing and the revenge thing. The revel thing is by far my most constructive approach to date and I plan to stick with it! As always, it’s a pleasure to have you drop by. πŸ™‚

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