This picture grabbed my attention in an ad on a website. It's from Wayfarer's Moon, an on-line cartoon. I noticed it because it is archery and the arrow is drawn on the correct side of the bow and the character is using a correct form for drawing the string. I see so much art with the arrow away from the archer (only correct for kyudo) and the archer "pinching" the string between thumb and index finger. Putting the arrow on the side away from the archer would make the arrow spin off the rest and out to the side as the fingers roll on the string as it is drawn. "Pinching" the string won't work at the draw weights of target bows, much less those for hunting or battle as in the fantasies that the art represents.
Beyond my hobby interests, however, the picture reminds me that we live in an time more characterized by possibilities and less by threats than almost any time in human history in any culture. Folks can make a living from skills in writing and arts, and even the gate-keeping function of published media has been breached, for good and ill. Thus, the effect of positive emotions, thought patterns, and relationships in helping us take advantage of opportunities is multiplied by more and bigger opportunities. Further, more individuals have a real chance to structure much of their "work" around their real strengths. This is good, very, very good!