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Thereâs a picture I cannot get out of my mind. Itâs of a kid handing a wax crayon drawing to her mother. Sheâs giving away her beautiful, expressive, and playful piece of artwork. Again. Another one. And once sheâs given it away she begins creating yet another.
At some point in our transition from being a kid to being an adult we stop giving our artwork away. We start stockpiling it, hoarding it, comparing it, criticising it. We stop being generous with our work. And thereâs probably a really good psychological reason for this. Whatever the reason may be, Iâd like to invite you back to that state of creationâthereâs something freeing and beautiful about it.
Kids donât stockpile their wax crayon drawings. They arenât limited to a certain number of pieces they can create. And they donât stare at their work, stuck to the fridge, in admiration. They give their work away. And then get back to creating more.
Your work and your generosity have the ability to light up other peopleâs worlds. So print it. Paint it. Render it. Share it with your friends. Share it with a stranger. Be generous. Give it away. Put it up for sale. Send it to your grown-up child. Send it to your grandad. Gift it to a friend. Donât worry about where your piece ends up. Keep on being generous. And get back to creating the next piece.
â¤ï¸ Big loves from Amsterdam â Rich from TapTapKaboom (https://taptapkaboom.com)
P.S. Thereâs so much more to say here. What comes to mind when you think of a kid handing a wax crayon drawing to her mother?
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