This is my first attempt at reblogging… I truly have no idea what I’m doing so I hope it works!! I loved this post so much I had to share it. It’s a commencement speech that Neil Gaiman recently gave, and is very inspiring. I love so many of his thoughts. He talks of how the world is changing, traditional methods of distribution are changing: “the old rules are crumbling and no one knows what the new rules are, so make your own.” Very thought-provoking.
But the following is one of my favourite comments of the speech:
“Be wise… and if cannot be wise, pretend to be someone who is wise, and just do what they would.”
Brilliant – definitely worth a watch!
Here is a really lovely commencement speech that Neil Gaiman recently gave. It is quite thought-provoking, a little funny, and amazingly inspirational. It got me writing for the first time in a month. I hope it does the same for you!
These are a few of my favorite one-liners. They are all the more poignant in context.
If you don’t know it’s impossible, it’s easier to do.
I learned to write by writing.
I tended to do anything that felt like an adventure, and stop when it felt like work, which meant life did not feel like work.
A life in the arts is like putting messages in bottles on a desert island and hoping that someone will find one of your bottles and open it and read it and put something in a bottle that will find its way back to you.
The things I did because I…
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