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‘Find What You Love and Let It Kill You’

"We seem to have evolved into a society of mourned and misplaced creativity… Charles Bukowski, hero of angsty teenagers the world over, instructs us to 'find what you love and let it kill you'. Suicide by creativity is something perhaps to aspire to in an age where more people know Katie Price better than the Emperor concerto."

This piece, from concert pianist James Rhodes, rather stopped me in my tracks. It's rare that I re-read anything but I've already gone back to it twice.

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