3. The PERSONALITY OF THE ARTIST
All the things created by God aim for the good of the humanity. They practice, therefore, a celestial mission. Naturally, the art does not constitute exception. From there that the artist should take conscience of his important paper and fulfill it with perfection, contributing in this form, to the establishment of a just society. It is not, however, what it happens. I am astonished while observing the attitude of the artists in general. There are, of course, many people between them that are good; the majority, nevertheless, is forgotten of his true mission, or does not take it into account. Being considered special creatures, they judge that the existence of their sensibility is the expression of individualism, or of genius. So thinking, they act as well they understand, without the least discernment. The society, for his time, treats them like being special and tolerates in them almost completely, which makes them more and more haughty guys. This social behavior prevents them from having the most elevated spiritual qualities, which should be a normal characteristic of the personality of the truthful artist.