Wendy here. Any time you want to share a conversation about fine arts or Taoism, I’m all ears…or eyes. Salvador Dali is my hero. I’m looking forward to art school wherever I find it and becoming a vegan. I’ve been a vegetarian for about four years now. I’m working on becoming vegan- my main obstacle is cheese; I stopped consuming eggs and most dairy products before meat.
So I’m here to say, “Hello!”
Hello! Art college sounds so cool I found I saved a lot of cash by going veggie at Uni (though I didn’t go completely vegetarian for a long time - Cheese is indeed a work of evil), so it’s a smart move.
Actually, have you ever been to / read much about the Bauhaus? I believe one of the artists there got the students to cook chickens using light bulbs… Well, art students are notoriously poor! Not much good if you’re vegan The same principle could be applied to tofu?
What do you like about Taoism - are you Buddhist?
I was introduced to Taoism during an English class. We discussed a little Buddhism here and a little Confucianism here. Then, one day this summer I pick up a copy of the Tao of pooh and I fell in love. I just began reading the Tao Te Ching not too long ago.
It’s all very enlightening. First I was really into Confucianism, later on Buddhism intrigued me. Taoism is basically the two bought together so I had no doubt getting into it.