Neil Gaiman is a fantastic person and a fantastic creator of new things. I’d say in that order too. Yes, I’m a fan. Anyways, he was asked a series of questions by the Guardian and he’d posted all of them on his blog. For some reason this link to it doesn’t work. His blog has little (friendly) demons than tinker with it from time to time in order for fans to alert Neil. That’s my guess. Yes yes, I’m getting to the point. So Neil answered one of the questions asked “What is the most important lesson life has taught you?” and he answered:
That the whole “following your dreams” thing may be a cliche but it’s also an excellent way to live a life.
So how many people who read this here blog are following their dreams? Even in a small way? Man, some of you must have some fucked up dreams.
What are the three most important things in your life?
Are you doing something for them right now?
If not, why not?