The Clatter Of Keys | 12.28.20
Aristophanes once proclaimed, “Let each man exercise the art he knows best.” I find more truth in this that I can articulate, and I find more importance in it than I probably will explain in this newsletter. I believe, as so many others before me believed, that practice an art, any art, is the whole secret point to our time here on earth. I believe it’s the answer to sanity, to connection to one another, but mostly, to the voice inside our heads. I believe that finding an art that feels like home to you, is one of, if not the most important thing you can do. Art is an escape, but it’s a unification, it’s a healing, but it’s also the very thing that tears your soul open and forces it to grow.
My question to you is this: What art form soothes you? What’s the form of creation that makes you feel alive, that connects you to yourself, and to the world around you? I am genuinely curious here, I want to know what art you make, I want to know where I can see it, hear it, read it, experience it. Art is the answer to the question, and I want to learn. Ring in, what is the art you know?
The clatter of keys,
the soft din of creation.
This the art I know.
Haiku on Life by Tyler Knott Gregson
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