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Q&A: How Do You De-stress?

Kristina Skorbach
Epoch Times Staff
Created: June 22, 2010 Last Updated: June 22, 2010
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Ethan Harrington, Painter: 'I'm so much more comfortable painting than when I'm not. When I'm at the easel and have my headphones on, in my painting zone, that's it for me. There's something about that peace within the chaos, when people are just whizzing right past me, even bumping into my easel, there's something about that that I like.' (Henry Lam/The Epoch Times)

Ethan Harrington, Painter: 'I'm so much more comfortable painting than when I'm not. When I'm at the easel and have my headphones on, in my painting zone, that's it for me. There's something about that peace within the chaos, when people are just whizzing right past me, even bumping into my easel, there's something about that that I like.' (Henry Lam/The Epoch Times)

Osafo Connell, Security Guard: 'Every now and then I take a nice walk, sometimes I take a walk right after a drink. ... Sometimes you need something that will change your perspective of things. Piano-playing is pure pleasure. ... And sometimes it will give you enough time for separation from the actual problem.� (Henry Lam/The Epoch Times)

Osafo Connell, Security Guard: 'Every now and then I take a nice walk, sometimes I take a walk right after a drink. … Sometimes you need something that will change your perspective of things. Piano-playing is pure pleasure. … And sometimes it will give you enough time for separation from the actual problem.� (Henry Lam/The Epoch Times)

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