The Art of George W. Bush and the Importance of Play

From Medium (Feb 13,2013), a blogging platform.
As young children, "We were encouraged to draw, to paint, to sing, to build things out of other things, and it never occurred to us that being good at any of it was relevant."

"It's easier to experiment when you don't think your creative project will be judged."  "We were probably bad painters at the age of six, but who doesn't remember the fun of smearing paint on a piece of paper..."