Originally posted on March 8, 2016
Nursing Stories: Memories of an Older Nurse
I’m now taking watercolor classes, struggling to create something that I can be proud of but mostly learning how to be humble and not compare myself with my fellow classmates. As hard as I try to enjoy the journey and not focus on the end result, I still strive to have my finished product an example of perfection.
I never thought of imperfection as an asset until I read my watercolor instructor’s latest post.
08 MARCH 2016
Why your imperfections make you perfect
“Perfection itself is imperfection.”
- VLADIMIR HOROWITZ
The gap between Lauren Hutton’s two front teeth.
The wiggly lines of Gahan Wilson’s cartoons.
Uneven brush marks in hand-painted china.
The leaning tower of Pisa.
The tempo at which Toscannini or Glenn Gould raced through pieces.
Odd chisel marks in hand-made furniture.
These are just a few examples of what might be thought of as imperfections…
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