The Art of Care

Artful Skill

Stabilization as an Artful Skill

Art as Therapy

Behrends - Visiting till the end of life...

Dance Metaphor

"Those who dance are considered insane by
those who can’t hear the music. –Anon."

You believe he is insane
because the music he dances to
cannot be grasped by your ears.-Rumi

The Art of Living

"My recommendation is really a new system of education but one of the things is would teach is emotional intelligence and well-being. [...] We need to raise people who understand themselves, who know what to do with our anxieties, who know how to run a relationship. These are parts of the art of living." [08:06]

"We have given up on the idea that education should be part of the art of living." [08:29]

Performing Arts

Intensity

“The excellence of every Art is its intensity.”

―John Keats, Complete Poems and
Selected Letters

The Creative Condition

We rarely hear the inward music,
but we’re all dancing to it nevertheless,
directed by the one who teaches us,
the pure joy of the sun,
our music master.

Rumi

“(…) if you put it in human terms - rather
than purely musical ones - what it suggests is
that Beethoven is a kind of living metaphor
for the creative condition. In part, he's the
man who respects the past, who honors the
traditions to which art develops. (…) And then
there is this other side, the fantastical
romantic side of Beethoven which draws from
him those unapologetically wrongheaded
gestures. (…) But in the end, this sort of
amalgam exists for every artist really. Within
every creative person, there is an inventor at
odds with a museum curator. And most of the
startling things that happen in music are the
result of some momentary gain by one at the
expense of the other.”

Gould, Glenn: Glenn Gould - Beethoven, Piano Sonata No. 17 in D minor op. 31/2 "The
Tempest" (OFFICIAL). Available online at Glenn Gould - Beethoven, Piano Sonata No. 17 in D
minor op. 31/2 "The Tempest" (OFFICIAL)

“Within every creative person, there is an
inventor at odds with a museum curator.
And most of the startling things that
happen in music are the result of some
momentary gain by one at the expense of
the other.”

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