You know, right now I’m working with a few people who think the “big, flashy spectacle” will solve everything. They’re betting on milestones and money and expensive places to solve underlying issues regarding family, education, faith, friends and skills. I don’t know what to say to any of them, as I’m kinda betting on a certain success to help resolve other issues. I just know there are little things that can be done in the meantime that are very important, if not more important than the results we get.
Svetlana Chmakova might be my favorite graphic novelist. Then again, I haven’t read Adrian Tomine in a while…
or sunday afternoon, in other countries.
ugh. help me.
This requires extended comment, but short answer: I live in a world where people are inspired by a movie series where a man dresses like a bat to fight ninjas (on TDKR). And I wouldn’t have it any other way.