“Usually when a person believes in a particular religion, his attitude becomes more and more a sharp angle pointing away from himself. In our way, the point of the angle is always towards ourselves.”
– Shunryu Suzuki
There are many stubborn people out there who are convinced they know the answer before a question is even posed. That is wrong in life and also in acting. Growtowski said something like, “It is only after a production that I know something, not before.” There was no agenda in his work. He didn’t start out trying to convince his audience that they should believe the way he did. He let the work teach him. We should all be so open-minded.
In the development of character, your focus should be forever inward. You should limit your activity to the exploration of self. This notion of limiting your activity can be very beneficial to…
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