Asher outlines his thought process in how he found beauty in pain, loss, and letting go, all while sharing a few tips on how to move forward on getting what you want out of what you do.
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I’m trying to really focus on that as my primary goal, but the problem is, there are so many ways that money can come in, particularly if it’s coming in from more than one source.
Well, life is still beautiful, you just have to look at it in a certain way. Being able to feel something about it helps too.
I used to obsess over these kinds of movies when I was younger. I didn’t own any copies of my own, so much like Howard the Duck, Labyrinth, All Dogs Go To Heaven, and others, I had to wait until some circumstance in my life allowed me to see it again (it was usually called cable). I loved those movies.
I was supposed to steal a technique of the artist. In my analysis I discovered what I called “repetitive uniqueness.” It’s the idea that you have repeating elements, usually of a particular technique, but each one of those repetitions is unique in its own way.
So, it’s another Saturday. I have this problem, although its a luxurious problem, and a total first world problem. (Yes, I’m playing the song from Weird Al Yankovic in the background right now.) The problem is that, since I don’t have to get up to walk and get my medication, I sleep in, usually until noon these days.
Ever since I was little I was a furry. I just didn’t know it. I wish I could be better about this, but in reality, I just keep it to myself. It’s my special thing, and I’m very careful who I let in.
A while ago, when coming back from the Vocal Arts Festival that Maus was in, we took a detour to the Denver Aquarium.
I had a piece of art hang in a community gallery, and I went to see Tomorrowland with my friend Rhiannon. Sometimes, as well, I wonder what I’m doing with my life.
Oh my gosh, so many things have happened! I finished a book called Grain Brain… Quite an interesting read. In fact, it was so interesting Maus and I are on a new diet! In other news, I’m MARRIED! Also I stopped doing WordPress debugging a couple of months ago. What to do?