Sometimes we’ve just got to feel things. I’m not sure pointing to a specific point on a laminated chart necessarily helps that, and it’s probably more redundant than it is helpful. There’s a lot of emphasis on fixing things out there – immediately patching what’s broken so life can return to a clean, pristine, fully functioning state – well oiled and purring like a cat. But as cliche as it sounds, remaining broken, in certain situations, at least, can prove to be a healthy experience – given you find your way back from it. If you let that kind of experience inform your work – not necessarily saturate it, like I think we see more often – I think you’ll find that you’ll learn a lot about yourself.