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CHRISTIAN MADSBJERG

The best observers are thoughtful and rarely rush to conclusions. They are also highly organised and are driven not by their opinions, but by what they see.

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Lawyer turned Artist Visionary Curator & Gallerist. Empowering self-love and joy through art & words. www.innerjoyart.com 💝 Instagram : dymphna.art

Profound and grounding. Very interesting read that gives me a sense of groundedness. I am reminded to observe neutrally and on the importance of insight as part of our natural instinct to act on something, instead of being driven by fleeting emotions in the name of creativity. Love how this read makes me feel balanced somehow. Insightful indeed.

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