Your Favorite Myth

YourFavorite Myth


YourFavorite Myth


Artis unique and different in every individual. As it is expressingoneself and showing how passionate one is. Sometimes art has amessage to it. An artist may have a vision one they need to show.More often, this vision cannot be fully and adequately expressed inwords. Thus, the artist needs to incorporate his emotion his spirithis world as he saw in his vision for a viewer to understand. Hence,this is the language of art, which is to be learned by anyone whowants to understand it.

ChristoJavacheff and Jeanne-Claude de Guillebon make huge transitoryecological fine arts which once in a while span incredibleseparations in the landscape, which they pay for themselves, withoutcommitments or gifts, incompletely through the offer of Christo`spreparatory drawings, lithographs, and early works from 1950`s and1960`s. They are commonly of synthetic materials, for the most partfabric, made as expansive window ornaments, wrapping material, hugeumbrellas, and different materials, in the urban and naturalenvironment.

Ifeel that their work is great, and their works will be considered asa masterpiece since they are `unique and sublime`, rather than theplenitude of detail and reiteration on the planet. They needsentiments of affection, happiness, excellence, delicacy, andoffering encompassing their work. Their work is identified withpainting, model, construction modeling, and urban arranging. Theylike the thought that their work is &quotirrational&quot – that ithas no practical capacity – simply poetical inventiveness that makesindividuals feel free and smile.

Theylike the way that their craft is not simply piece of the hermeticuniverse of artistry historical centers – it is on the road, theworld – in populated spaces. Their effect demonstrates that they aremonster artisans. Case in point, NASA requested that they make anartwork in the space. However, Jeanne- Claude addressed that NASAought to get back to them when there are numerous individuals upthere.



Mythsare stories that clarify a regular phenomenon. Before peoplediscovered investigative clarifications for such things as rainbows,the sun and the moon, they attempted to comprehend them by tellingstories. These stories, which regularly incorporate divine beings andgoddesses and other extraordinary characters who have the ability tomake exceptional things, happen — stay prevalent today. As a personbegins to ponder composing his/her own myth, attempt these warm-ups.They ought to help you start to arrange your story.

Mymost loved is Knock on a Wood myth. Thumping on wood alludes to theapotropaic convention in western legends of truly touching, tapping,or thumping on wood. Or, only expressing that you are doing or expectsame, so as to abstain from &quotrisking everything&quot in thewake of mentioning a good observable fact, a brag, or statementconcerning one`s own demise or other unfavorable circumstance outsideone`s ability to control. The root of this may be in Germaniclegends, wherein dryads are thought to live in trees, and can beconjured for assurance.

Ienjoy this myth because it discusses luckiness. I like the expressiontoo since If somebody says, &quotI haven`t been wiped out in years,&quotand after that they thump on wood, they are attempting to keep theirfortunes going, in trusts they are not debilitated. Individuals thinkthumping on wood will &quotun-curse&quot things they have cursed.It shows me that there is a method for evacuating bad fortunessubsequently, giving trust for the better since bad fortunes is notpermanent.


Iwas not born to a god or a goddess but two powerful humans. An Oraclemade a prophesy concerning my birth. The time of my birth wasapparent that I had some magical [powers. I believed that I couldthrow toys to the moon. Luckily, I found my purpose for life earlyenough. At my young age, I saw myself as a soldier. My imaginationdrove me to view my back yard as battlefield. I would crawl throughthe back yard and hide anywhere. I loved sneaking around cause no onewould hear me coming. “Wait till I grow up” I’d say “then Iwill be like a soldier.” My father served in the military, and hisdad was in the World War 2. I know he played a soldier too.Occasionally I would suit up and head to keep my neighborhood safe.Nevergive up andnever leave anyone behind wasthe code in my heart. The family tradition I was to propel forward.

Nowam all grown up. I take my gun gear up and head out to the battlezones. I fight for my brother and my country that I love. Every day,I face my challenges, but I am strong and ready to perform my duty tofight against evil, make my father proud, and leave a legacy for myfamily.