Phil Hansen was a 'pointillist' artist - he made art using tiny, tiny dots. After developing a hand tremor he was told that he would never regain capacity to make art the way he used to. So, his neurologist told him to 'embrace the shake' in his art. This video is partly about the new and hilarious ways he discovered to make art. The art is beautiful. But the reason I love watching this, the way it takes care of me is that - Phil shares how he discovered that limitations can be used to harness creativity. He invites us to seize our limitations. Thanks Phil.
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Instructions for a bad day
If you are having a tough day and you are looking for comfort, hope, inspiration - you might want to watch Shane Koyczan's video: Instructions For a bad day. Click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V7OGY1Jxp3o