The musings and philosophies hiding behind a veil of introversion and quietness. The messages that I articulate better in writing. This is where my element lies, the medium in which I can best express myself.
These are what I have to get out of me, whatever they are. Whatever shape they take. Whatever message they bring. No matter how terrifying at first.
If I choose to squelch my voice or my message, I squelch who I am as an individual. I squelch my own belief in ME. These musings are for me, but I hope that they help someone, somewhere, somehow.
They exhibit an unmistakable glimmer that’s eye-catching and attractive. They’re authentic. They have this presence that allows them to bring lightness to every interaction they enter and every person they converse with.read more
Simply wanting to do something or feeling like it’s the right thing to do (for myself or for someone else) is the only reason WHY I should do anything. I don’t need permission from anyone but myself. “Just because I want to,” should be my slogan when it comes to embracing the things I want to do in life.read more
It’s less important to me about being able to execute these perfectly. It’s more important to me to be able to make conscious choices and take consistent action on a daily basis that will push me towards being stronger at my foundation.read more
For a long time I have been tricking myself into believing that my efforts were fruitless because I wasn’t able to create the entire vision that I had. Those pursuits, however, were not fruitless. In fact, some of my most memorable “failures” are actually, in hindsight, some of my best accomplishments.read more
The biggest and most influential Gatekeepers (in my life) are not even real. The worst Gatekeeper in my life is my own set of beliefs.read more
The search for the balance and harmony between the need to create, the silence that generates ideas, and the media consumption that inspires them.read more
When I embrace the possibility of making “crappy art,” or doing something imperfectly, I’m putting myself into a notion of motion.read more
I can’t care about what you think. I can’t care because it’s not up to you to dictate what I should and shouldn’t do.read more
Being weird is less about trying to “stand out.” It’s more about accepting who we really are, and spending more time and energy around the people that actually accept or admire us for who that is. We’ll never find those people if we keep worrying about what others think.read more