Katie Aselton on the set of Black Rock (2012)
The idea of deliberate practice is one that I have been very eager to get my students to understand. I found a nice passage in Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything, explaining deliberate practice. Here it is, from pages…
Yea must be exams. I’m going bonkers.
Beautiful agony, fragile rage, nefarious happiness.
What i’m trying to drive at is adjectives supersedes noun, almost erasing their existence ALMOST completely.
Nouns are innate, it means what its suppose to be.
People are like nouns, born with innate abilities and disabilities.
But how we wanna present ourselves or who we wanna be? Thats adjectives.
We just hafta try hard enough to be whatever we wanna be, or even to be something we’re not, but definitely something we wanna be.
Wow.. This is what i wanna do, to live in. Not going to school to study for my upcoming exams.
I imagine listen to this when i’m high. I need drugs, but this, this is already my drug.
Music has always been my drug. I’m just really scare that some day it loses its effect. Where do i run to then?