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Posted by  it's me :P on December 25, 2003 at 20:17:19:

it's essential that all of us strive to be nice instead of just being selfish and constantly searching for ways to hurt or fight with others. i'm saying this 'coz i really think that 'niceness' is a term that has long been forgotten by everyone in the stampede for money, stardom and fame....it's really sad....think of what each of us could do if we all get together and be happy and always think good thoughts about others...
and by the way, i'm writing in to you guys 'coz artists are supposed to be sensitive, not only about their art and their creation, but also about the environment and others...including your family and friends, and all the life that we see around us. i dunno what kind of responses (if at all) i'll be getting from this message. but i strongly feel that it's upto us to make a difference in this world we are creating. and what else do architects do, except create a world for themselves and others, which they strive so hard to make perfect? shouldn't we, as citizens of the world, try to extend this perfection and the aim to please others into our real, everyday lives? do your work, but please, do it with a sense of fun and joy, and the expectation of satisfaction that you'll get when a job is finished that's perfect and pleasing to all....

happy new year to everyone here. good luck in all that you do.

:)

 
 
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