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I have some teaching to do

Caption of a path


No easy thing to do. At some point, despite our education, academic pursuits, qualifications or professional background, we might have some teaching to do.

We are constantly talking about learning, eager to learn, learning process etc (myself included) and maybe little thinking do we do about the teaching process in the first place (or maybe it’s just me).

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I have tried to create a mindset “Find inspiration everywhere” and, I have managed to succeed, but muse?

I am in a dead-end here.

I have a few questions, but somehow I feel like I can’t have easy answers, let alone correct, so pardon my misplacement. What does it feel like to be a muse to someone? Is it a burden? Does it impact your metaphysical entity in any way? Is it a responsibility? Do you need to meet expectations, criteria and keep up?

I asked an Artist, and at first glance it looks difficult to explain, not because he doesn’t know but I assume because in this case words may fail to do their magic. Sheeeeesh…

I wasn’t looking for the definition anyway. I want to know what it feels like. He said it’s an emotional transcendental state. No boundaries, a person, an object which transforms in overwhelming feelings, like a source of energy to produce art non stop. It is a state of mind, so unique and personal that sometimes it drifts away from the object of muse itself.

Credits to Albi a true Artist. Thanks for the pic.

xoxo #kristinakoti