~*~ Hit The Right Keys ~*~ (Advice on Creativity and The Arts) #8

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“There’s nothing remarkable about it.  All one has to do is hit the right keys at the right time and the instrument plays itself.”

~ Johann Sebastian Bach


“If you want to work on your art, work on your life.”

~ Anton Chekhov


“When a thing has been said and said well, have no scruple.  Take it and copy it.”

~ Anatole France


“Never judge a work of art by its defects.”

~ Washington Allston


“Creativity comes from trust.  Trust your instincts.  And never hope more than you work.”

~ Rita Mae Brown



BC 2019

Quote Credits:  “The Best Advice Ever Given” Life Lessons for Success in the Real World.  Compiled by Steven D. Price

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18 thoughts on “~*~ Hit The Right Keys ~*~ (Advice on Creativity and The Arts) #8

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    1. Then you sould have loved what I’ve been doing all day. Cleaning and singing my brains out. I literally took everyone of my angels and drangonflies down and cleaned the daylights out of them. I’ve been pushing myself so hard today, my back is going to be cursing me. But, I only have 4 things left on my list of things to do out of 11. Not to shabby! 😜
      I appreciate most of the arts, but I do in fact, love to create. 😁

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            1. Yeah, yeah, yeah. You’re right, quit my bitchin’! 🤐
              With that being said… I’m going to eat a little dinner, sit with the “P” man in my life, and lie down earlier.
              Only one more evening and the little yellow chariot will pick up King Ben. 🚌🤴 And, grandma can rest her weary eyes and get some real sleep. 😴💤💤
              Have a pleasant evening, Angie. 😍 😘 🥰

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