Monday, 31 May 2010
"Please let it be as it is. No one could improve it because it was done artistically and with care. Those who see it and who understand such matters will tell you so."
He accepts the ambiguity of individuality, strives for precision and care within that acceptance, and finds harmony. He should have written a book for teenage girls. I thought about the time I've been spending with a personal trainer, time initially set aside to propose an effect on the present outlines, but time that has instead, become about lifting fifteen more pounds than I could three weeks earlier, impressing myself with my own strength--things of my body but not really about it: defining beauty in individuality, power, flaw, artistry; cultivating gardens not to diminish what's already growing, but to nurture their fullest potential.