Paulo Coelho's Blog
I love your comment Paulo “If you are in a foreign country isn’t it far more interesting to go in search of the present than on the past?’ That is a point… reminiscent of some of people’s life – better to look forward rather than backwards .
I also never thought about’ how museums are important but they require time and objectivity. You need to know what you want to see there otherwise you will leave with a sense of having seen really fundamental things except that you can’t remember what they were.’
My experience of museums before (very little of it) was I just had to go and see what they were talking about and that was it. I did not know anything about the artist and what was represented in front of my eyes.
I remember going out of the place thinking ‘what’s this all about, what’s the big fuss, shrugging my shoulders not understanding and could not see anything … a bit of a waste of time that’s what i thought.
I have seen a different way now.
( I can’t recall it being available in my time ) good to see how they are introducing it to the children. I have followed on a couple of times a group with children and was really enchanted with the tour guide and the questions the children were asking was mind blowing.. hey I am a late bloomer:)
For me you never stop learning it does not matter what age you are and age does not mean anything to me anyhow. so I am in the right environment at the right time. It’s helping me to grow :)
I have learned a little bit about it now and it has made a difference. It;s a new perspective. you become more interested in the theme and you make up your own mind and it is a field of discovery that encourages you to go and wanting to know more about that particular style or all the styles that are presented to you, it broadens your outlook anyhow..
I even surprise myself with candid comments like that all the time.:)
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