I’m so delighted to be able to talk to you about something that is very interesting: creation of new art forms, of new compositions. I hope you had the chance to create too.
First thing in the morning today, I edited my newest piece, I dedicated for Göran Grahn, organist and friend from Sweden. It’s called Kyrie Orbis Factor, based on a Gregorian chant tune. And then, of course, I posted it online, shared it with the world, and then I created a drawing, a comic about Pinky and Spiky. I think that they were looking for strawberries and cream. But, their pets were hiding strawberries and cream from them, so, they were rather angry.
So, I again shared it with you earlier in the day, and I live streamed my improvisation from the graduation ceremony today, which is also a form of creation, right? So, the day for me was quite creative, and I hope that you can create, too, in either text, pictures, audio, or video, and share it with the world. And don’t stop there, because tomorrow, you will have a chance to create, share, and repeat again.
Thanks, guys, I hope this was useful to you. And let’s create something. And remember, when you create, miracles happen.
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