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Happy 30th, Adult in kid's shoes!

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Today in Geek History: Happy 30th Birthday, Calvin & Hobbes! The famous duo first appeared in newspapers in 1985. "If good things lasted forever, would we appreciate how precious they are?"
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Life always has it's way.. The sooner we accept it the better :)
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As a big fan of Calvin n Hobbes, I love it!! It's amazing :) 

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Probably😀

Pic from Calvin n Hobbes. 
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Oh Calvin! Such deep insights :-P 
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Life Lessons from Calvin

This particular strip has so many elements that i just love about Calvin n Hobbes. The innocence of childhood, the unconditional love from the parent, a kid's trust in his parent's ability to fix anything(awww!).

A peek behind the curtains reveals the wisdom in the musings of Calvin. Take such a serious topic as death & look at it reasonably? How do you do that in a comic strip? Like this!!

William Boyd "Bill" Watterson II, you sir are an unsung hero of a generations' childhood!
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Tips On Creativity From The Creator Of Calvin & Hobbes

I believe it's important that you work on what you most enjoy. If you are to push yourself to work harder, it needs to be something that is close to your heart. You need to be able to give undivided attention to it. You need to apply yourself to overcome challenges that you face. 

These are beautiful tips. Read the below article by +Fast Company and enjoy it. And apply it to your life.
1. You Have To Lose Yourself In Your Work
"My comic strip was the way that I explored the world and my own perceptions and thoughts. So to switch off the job I would have had to switch off my head. So, yes, the work was insanely intense, but that was the whole point of doing it."

2. Create For Yourself
"Quite honestly I tried to forget that there was an audience. I wanted to keep the strip feeling small and intimate as I did it, so my goal was just to make my wife laugh. After that, I'd put it out, and the public can take it or leave it."
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