An advice from space
Last week, I was asked about what was that I always dreamed of to be as a kid. It is still relevant today? I guess no. I dream of becoming a scientist when I was a kid, it was a direct influence from the movie Back To The Future. Inventing stuff got me so excited that I started to collect things and making new stuff out of them.
Years after that, I began to love arts and creative stuff because of one dream I had. I developed my skills along the way, eventually made it to the golden age of drawing in 2000 – 2004. I eventually stopped it when I got into college, now, struggling to learn back all that I had left.
Photography, traveling, and music came in after that, inspired by many things that I encountered in my life. So much things that I like, but I didn’t make the time to organize and learn it all. Then I discovered this on zenpencils.com about Chris Hadfield.
Chris Hadfield is a Canadian astronaut currently on assignment aboard the International Space Station (ISS). He became an Internet-celebrity, using social media and YouTube to share what daily life is like aboard the space station.
Here’s a Youtube video of him singing David Bowie’s Space Oddity.
I was moved by Chris quote, and Gav from zenpencils.com made a great inspirational artwork from it. You should check out more of his works on his website.
As for me, time to really wake up and make the ultimate master plan.
Don’t let life randomly kick you into the adult you don’t want to become ~ Chris Hadfield, Commander, Expedition 35, International Space Station