When In Doubt Take Right – Text Version

Hello, I am sorry that you could not read from my hand written version of an excerpt from Frederic Terral’s handwritten manifesto. Here is the text version.

Put down the remote, get off the couch and do something from and your right brain terrain!. “But I can’t draw, write or play an instrument!.” you shout hopelessly. Rubbish! You may not be a Picasso or Mozart but you don’t have to be, Just create to create. Create to remind yourself you’re still alive. Make stuff to inspire others to make something too. Create to learn a bit more about yourself. If you have no desire to create, more power to ya…But for all of you frustrated right-brainers trapped in the frigid planes of you left brain, these is hope. Use this manifesto and its symbol as a call to action to rise up and join those who rejoice in the solace of their right brain terrain.

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.” Pablo Picasso. We know that training the right brain with music and art has positive impact on the left brain. Yet today art curriculum in schools across this great nation are being stripped away or severely diminished due to misappropriated or mismanaged education budgets. While math, science and reading are vital, creativity should be equally revered and studied. “The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.” Albert Einstein.

We’ve been conditioned to believe that the only prosperous and respectable career choices reside in the left-brain while right-brainers today have more influence on society than every before. Every day frustrated left-brainers clock in and out of life to never discover the expanses of their right brain. It”s never too late for closet right-brainers to free themselves from the shackles of convention for the boundless exploits of the unfamiliar. “And in the end, it’s not the years in our life that count. It’s the life in your years.” Abraham Lincoln.

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