Often, there is a constant relation of purity of any sort to naïveté; a child’s pure and simple imagination is a result of how naive he is.
Even now, as grown individuals, this tendency to relate naïveté to the most purest of expressions, be it in art or words is always rejected and deemed unacceptable because it is ‘naive’.
‘He is too naive, therefore his needs cannot be met.’
True; perhaps it cannot. I don’t see the means of engineering the way to achieving the most purest of souls, but I will try, as many have.
If we cannot convince people with words; for words are so limited – how do we convince the masses?
It’s been said a million times before, and will be said a million times more. But how come no one’s succeeded?
Because no one has ever truly succeeded in painting his own picture. Not the famous ones, that is.
No one has ever succeeded in becoming the individual that paints his own painting. They cannot transcend to become art itself.
And that’s what we should all be headed.
That’s where I am headed.
To become art.
To work towards godhood.