What If What I Start With Is a Lot, Lot Less Important Than the Fact That I Start?
1st May 2013.
What if what I start with is a lot, lot less important than the fact that I start?
What if the process of focusing is the crucial thing, rather than what I focus upon?
What if some aspects of creativity are more about the material releasing a process in me rather than my finding the ‘right’ material to work with?
What if I trust that wherever I begin I will find my way to where I want to be?
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