One of my favorite facts about Vincent Van Gogh’s life were the heroes of his story. While most people know about Vincent’s brotherly relationship with Theo Van Gogh, a hero most often overlooked by the greater pop was actually the heroine, Johanna Van Gogh-Bonger.
When I think about art, John Keating’s message about poetry from the film, Dead Poets Society, always pops in my head. To elaborate, the things that call to us are usually what keeps us going. It’s the simple things we love doing that makes life worth living. When it calls, we feel it deep in our bones, it’s an embrace to our soul and it feels like home.