I think about this line a lot. As I learn different skills, it feels like the route to deeper understanding follows the same path, even if that path winds through a different territory each time. I can apply a lot of the lessons I’ve learned in the past from cooking to improving my understanding of how to draw. I can apply some of the lessons I picked up in learning how to surf to improve my understanding of Taoism. Oil painting feels a lot like sculpting with clay or some other additive medium - the push and pull of it.
Recently I discovered that the master swordsman Miyamoto Musashi was also a recognized master artist, independent of his having used swords to kill tons of dudes. Peep this rad sumi-e painting of Kobokumeikakuzu -“Kingfisher on Withered Branch.”
In addition to painting, Musashi produced acclaimed masterworks in calligraphy, sculpture, and metalwork. Plus I guess he also wrote some books which wound up being pretty popular. He never received training in these fields, explaining that “When I apply the principle of strategy to the ways of different arts and crafts, I no longer have need for a teacher in any domain.”
“Very, very friendly. Very attractive man in my opinion, I dunno. He’s so sexy I’ll just say that. (laughs) I can’t remember what I was just saying– I just got so swept up in James Franco.” - Seth Rogen on the David Letterman Show.
Summary:- You are in NXT and have been training extra hard. One night, you accidentally let ‘daddy’ slip while Seth is playfully tickling you. You get up and run away, going into the showers - but Seth follows you in there.
When you can never get bored with a guy who occasionally likes dressing up. It’s like fancying different men but the same man all at the same time (which isn’t quite as confusing as that actually sounds, believe me) 😍😍😍😍 #TheMagicalPowerOfSethMacFarlane #SeducedBySethMacFarlane #SethMacHottie