Journal Entry: Wed Jul 31, 2013, 3:22 PM
Ah, I love the piano version of that song so much~ Plus it's thanks to that song that I am able to write the next chapter of Elemental Rising tonight. Any ideas for pics you wanna see of the group?
So I saw the movie Ratatoullie and I just realized: I take the moral of that movie into serious heart. "Anyone can cook". The scene when Remmy is hearing Gusteau talk on TV about being fierce and brave is gorgeous, about how you must never give up even when you are at your lowest point. Anyone can draw a line on a piece of paper, but only the true artist will keep adding lines until that line becomes the Mona Lisa. You cannot ever limit yourself or others. Maybe that line didn't become the Mona Lisa, maybe it looks like a deformed tree or something. Well you know what? You made it. You may think it's bad, then what are you going to do about it? Mope? Quit? NO. You draw an extra line, turn that tree into a tree house, turn that tree into a dragon, THERE ARE NO LIMITS. Maybe you end up with something completely off. You know what? Keep that piece of art you did, get a new sheet of paper, and you do it again and again and again. Don't stop, you just keep smiling and let your mojo flow, then the world will see what you can do. It won't happen over night, over weeks, not even over months. It takes years and years of mistakes and experience, and the longer the better. You know why? Because when your tired hands are spattered with ink and paint as you face at your latest Mona Lisa, you will have the greatest pride of seeing your withered tree bloom into something magnificent. Dreams can begin small too, deary ^^
Listening to: Little Talks
Eating: Cherry Pie