Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Biography, fantasy

Everything comes back to biography. What I have experienced creates who I am. Who I am influences how I see things. Perceptions of my environment guide my work. Fantasy is part of who I am, and, in a larger sense, a part of everyone. People fantasize. It starts as a child and continues into old age. Fantasies occur in the front yard, in the office, in the bedroom or just in the mind. Some fantasy's are acted out, some are never realized. All are part of what we call human nature, and contribute to one's biography.

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