Professional Development


The very fact that you’re aware of suffering is enough reason to be overjoyed that you’re alive and can experience it. Use what happens naturally, don’t fight it. Now let’s put some happy little clouds in here. Everybody needs a friend. Son of a gun.

That’s the way I look when I get home late; black and blue. A thin paint will stick to a thick paint. Just go out and talk to a tree. Make friends with it. Just beat the devil out of it.

Now then, let’s play. Isn’t it fantastic that you can change your mind and create all these happy things? This is probably the greatest thing that’s ever happened in my life.

Nothing’s gonna make your husband or wife madder than coming home and having a snow-covered dinner. Trees grow however makes them happy. There comes a nice little fluffer. Trees grow in all kinds of ways. They’re not all perfectly straight. Not every limb is perfect. Don’t hurry. Take your time and enjoy. You have to make almighty decisions when you’re the creator.

You’ve got to learn to fight the temptation to resist these things. Just let them happen. Sometimes you learn more from your mistakes than you do from your masterpieces. All kinds of happy little splashes. You have to make those little noises or it won’t work. Let’s have a nice tree right here.

Everything is happy if you choose to make it that way. You can do it. We’ll play with clouds today. At home you have unlimited time. Zip. That easy. Play with the angles.

No pressure. Just relax and watch it happen. I’m a water fanatic. I love water. Just make little strokes like that. And right there you got an almighty cloud. We don’t really know where this goes – and I’m not sure we really care.