Somebody asked me
where I get my ideas
for my drawings and comic strips.
Are they autobiographical?
Are they taken from the lives of others?
My drawings and comics serve me
as a tool to capture ideas that come to me
in various ways throughout the day
because my biggest regret is
when I forget the idea and don't take action on it.
One only has to keep
one's eyes and ears open and ideas come.
Good or bad.
It doesn't matter.
I don't know the worth of the idea until I share it.
All of us come up with at least
one interesting idea during the day.
The question is then what do we do
with this idea when it pops up in our mind?
Usually, we choose to do nothing,
we let it disappear.
But on a good day we act,
on a good day we share.
[Thanks to Leon]
Ausra's Harmony Exercise:
Modulation from D Major to G Major: I-V65-I=V-V7-vi-IV65+-I64-V-V7-I-IV64-IV64--I
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