Advice from cartoons

I hope this post will be progressively updated because I’m a cartoon enthusiast. I came across this beautiful article written by Bill Watterson, the creator of Calvin and Hobbes. The article inspires one to reach out to long cherished hobbies that are close to the heart. One thing that specifically stuck with me was the part where he says that one can get better at writing or painting only by writing and painting. In the end, we advance only through practice. Here’s the link to the amazing article that is now driving me to dedicate time to my hobbies and work on them irrespective of what people may think:

https://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2013/05/20/bill-watterson-1990-kenyon-speech/

🙂

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