Interviews of celebrities taken by Suma Varughese and Swati Chopra on the best stress reliever
...TAKE IT EASYI decided quite early in life that nothing is worth losing my peace of mind over. This is my first priority and it has been fairly easy for me to abide by this rule. Recently I was asked to participate in a very prestigious exhibition, but the deadline was too short for comfort, so I declined the offer without any regret.
What sustains me in taking these decisions is a sense of faith in life and a feeling of being protected. Things eventually do turn out all right and I believe that opportunities will come if you are sincere to our work.
And don't forget that I am a painter. Most serious painters don't suffer from stress. Their work compels them to confront themselves and be totally honest. So you look within, read books that put you in touch with the sacred and understand yourself better. A lot of stress arises because of inner conflicts and lack of self-knowledge.
Above all, the painter knows what is the most important thing in the world for him-his art.
Lakshman Shrestha, Painter
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