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Lions Roar : July 2018
5. The smaller the objective is, the larger is the chance for breakthrough. 6. An effective, intense, and continuous effort builds a foundation for break- through. 7. The more forces combine, the larger is the chance for breakthrough. 8. The greater the objective is, the easier it is to bring together force for break- through. 9. The chance for breakthrough in- creases when more attention is direct- ed to the process than to the goal. 10. Nonattachment is a crucial element for breakthrough. What Does an Artist Do? 1. Dreams and fantasizes, envisioning what seems to be impossible as pos- sible. In this regard many scientists, social reformers, and entrepreneurs are artists. 2. Creates concepts, perspectives, para- digms, terms, languages, mottoes, images, symbols, sounds, feelings, and forms. 3. Communicates by drawing attention, asking questions, sending messages, and persuading. 4. Helps bring people together by in- volving them in common creative activities, discussions, and sharing of thoughts and visions. ♦ From Painting Peace: Art in a Time of Global Crisis, by Kazuaki Tanahashi © 2018 by Kazuaki Tanahashi. Reprinted in arrangement with Shambhala Publications. Breakthrough The Circle of All Nations, which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the United Nations LION’S ROAR | JULY 2018 55