Vincent Willem van Gogh, one of our most well-known artist, inspiring many once stated,
“I dream my painting and I paint my dream.”
Art and sport, both fabulous wonders of the world that let off a positive aura to you and those around you. Sport, going outside to have a run or any physical activity that requires skill. Art, a beautiful lagniappe of our time, known to cause serendipity every now and then. Both of these carried down from centuries ago.
But the question still lies, which is more important? Though sport has plenty of benefits art has more value to the world, more meaning, a powerfully evocative aspect of life. By participating in art, you get too express yourself, invariably imbued yourself or others, health benefits and the safety behind art.
“Eleanor was right. She never looked nice. She looked like art, and art wasn’t supposed to look nice; it was supposed to make you feel something.”
? Rainbow Rowell, Eleanor & Park.
The way art can help you understand others is astonishing. Every part of it tells a story, has a meaning, either visually or even through sound. Expressing yourself is one of the most important parts of life, being able to show who you are without any limits is always great, in art there’s no right or wrong, no rules, unlike sport you’re free. No one can judge you, unlike sport where everything is restricted, you can’t tell who does what best since they all follow the same rules, unlike artist who have a particular style.
Making it easy to identify who might have created the certain painting, or who made the choreography. Being expressive can also lead to inspiring many, giving them that drive to follow in similar footsteps.
People always say, how is art even good for you? When you do sport you actually DO something. Even when not all forms of art are physically healthy. They sure can be mentally healthy for you, take music for an example. After a stressful day all you want to do is go home and listen to some mellifluous music, the soothing melody is just honeyed to your ears, calming you to the point you forgot why you were so stressed in the first place, music is known to reduce anxiety and sometimes used to cope with other mental illnesses. being able to dance, draw, write or even sing your soul out can be very relieving, all those feeling you’ve bottled up just need to be released, that’s why people usually roughly scribble on a piece of paper or write a song based on everything that’s happened. Also making you feel way better and your health levels go up too. You’ll see a difference from when you first started to how you currently feel. Most people don’t know this but dancing is a form of art too, it may be relieving but it’s also a bit like a workout, you know, without all the weights and stuff
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