• January 26, 2013
  • Posted by Marc

10 Years Of Wooster: Microbo

As we celebrate our 10th Anniversary of the Wooster Collective website. we asked a group of artists who we showcased in the beginnings of the website the following question:

What's the one thing that you learned in the last decade that you had wished someone had told you 10 years ago?

The following response comes from Microbo


"there are a lot of things that I would have been useful to hear 10 years ago,
on the other hand, by nature I would never listen.
However, If I had listened to everything that was suggested to me to do ...
today, I would not do what I do and I would not be who I choose to be.
Maybe I would have been one of those who today, at 42 years old, dreams and hopes in another life, to finally do what they really wanted to do
and today, looking back I may have some little remorse more than regrets.
I am basically an instinctive person, who in life has always followed his heart, more than reason ... and I do not regret it at all.
What I am now and I'm doing now is the result of my positive and negative experiences in everyday life.

If I have to choose between them, the one thing that I tried to follow in life, I think of the words of Mahatma Gandhi:

“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever”