“The notion that everyone has a calling, that everyone has a talent, that everyone has a passion, isn’t true. I didn’t understand that.”
- Meg Wolitzer, Novelist, providing the most clear-headed quote of the day, in the New York Times
Hate all you want, people, but not everyone's an artist - or even talented. (Watch "American Idol" for proof.) And NewAgers are the worst; thinking their silly hand-waving, and crystal-gazing, is art when being an artist takes a level of talent, and dedication, that they can't even start to imagine committing to - otherwise they'd be applying it to something real. Not just some shit you've got to believe in.