Theosophist W. T. Hanson writes about the identity of the artist, almost as a philosophical concept rather than the traditional role that we are familiar with.
Hanson explains, that any individual may be an artist, not simply those creating paintings and sculpture. Hanson stresses the importance of living one's life altruistically rather than for financial gain.
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