Did you ever have the feeling that you need the world to stop for a bit just so you can think for a second? Just to slow things down to give you some time to understand what is going on.
Dear reader, Does it suffices to say “once upon the time” for you to guess what will come next?
Life has not been easy. Let me tell you something: writing your thesis while doing another hundred things on the side is not the smartest idea I had in life.
What weights down your consciousness? Maybe it is that time you left things to do because the coach was too comfortable. There was no way you would get out of there, so it’s best to procrastinate.
When I decided that this month we were going to deal with engaged art, I had absolutely no idea what was going to happen. I didn’t know the brutality that exists in the world would manifest itself in the worst ways. I didn’t know that this topic would be more relevant than ever.
If you are not listening to anything, put on a song that you like. A calm one. Maybe some smooth jazz. Maybe a waltz.
Are you beautiful? Do you consider yourself a beautiful person? How dare I ask that question in this day and age?
December is finally here. And with this last month of the year comes the Holiday season. If you celebrate Hanukkah, Christmas, Pancha Ganapati, the winter solstice, New Year’s, all or none of these days, you can sense something changing around you.
Not knowing can be scary. It brings us the insecurity of uncertainty and how much we have yet to discover. Either by pride, fear or curiosity, something that is unknown can be terrifying.
When I first brought the topic of commercial art to the table, I felt a certain reluctance or, at the very least, a hesitation from the writers to start a discussion on the topic. However, by the end of our brainstorming session, I had to cut the conversation short to not go overboard on our time frame.