I felt a sense of loss and waste. Not just the loss of my time and energy, but the loss of some part of my soul, which had been hijacked by worry.
Like my clothes, my furniture, the stuff on the walls, even the things I say. All of it has to be taken as evidence of who the real Aaron Thier is.
I have an idea that our political meltdown will be good for art. It imposes a new set of constraints, and for me constraints are liberating.
Every day, I do the thing that I have always wanted to do—the thing I believe I was put on earth to do.