The famous phrase of one of the greatest artists in history is an ode to resilience. Just as an artist, in order to achieve longevity and identity in their work, they should not be limited by the circumstances surrounding them, so should modern man improvise, be flexible and imaginative, in order to create and leave their own mark.
They may need to touch on aspects of themselves they did not know they possessed or did possess but remained dormant, or they may need to change their view on what "should be" and what "is", create their own status quo and be faithful to it, proceed to uncharted waters with courage, armed with their own intuition and their own values.
Because to create, you need audacity and perspective, not just ability.
And what is life without creation?
(the final phrase will start unveiling itself the closer we get to the event)