On my family room bookshelves rest two similar paintings. At first glance, they’re nearly identical. But then you realize they’re more like fraternal twins.
- One boasts uniform red, yellow, and orange leaves; the other haphazard swipes of the same hues, with a little green, too.
- And one blends its colors, while the other sports individual brush strokes.
So would it surprise you that both artists received the same instructions?
However, one heard the assigned colors and thought adding green leaves would capture summer’s transition to fall. And the other listened to the brush technique and opted for a more uniform look.
Same instructions. Different interpretations. Equal importance.
And that leads us to my version of life’s instruction manual, which states the following: Read more