We’re surrounded by the mirrors of our past.
A few months ago I gazed diligently at the mirror that resembled a time before (hyper) masculinity. As I reluctantly brought my car to a stop allowing an illuminated train of school children to cross, I replaced my feeling of frustration with a mindful gaze. Within seconds I noticed 2 young boys holding hands, engrossed in conversation as they crossed. My brain twitched. It was as if a lost memory had returned to me, and in that precise moment I thought to myself, Continue reading Help Me Find My Tears Before They Find Me
What we see on the outside often mirrors what we believe is dwelling inside. We understand a smile represents a happy person but seldom do we consider that the reserve might be true. An outward expression can also communicate what is missing within.
The soul cries out for attention while the ego fears vulnerability will be treated with further alienation. But at what cost is it worth appearing alive on the outside, albeit dying within? Continue reading Happiness Makes Time For Those Who Make Time For Themselves.
I am now on SoundCloud in the form of a podcast!
So I would like to share my first podcast with you all! I decided to start with a small 10 min piece to give you an idea of what’s to come. I look forward to hearing your feedback!
If you like what you heard, please leave a comment and share!
“Creativity is the birthright of every human being” – Chairmain Kato
The industrial economy for most is very much the only reality that exists. These people perceive their working life as intended by those that shaped the educational institutions they were reformed from. The industrial economy refers to a historic method of working whereby companies created machines that required people to operate them. At the time, people were considered invaluable cogs to the results of ideas that ameliorated the state of the economy. Fast forward to today, the consumer is being familiarised with a robotic era in which you’re greeted by an automated entity in customer services, self-service checkouts and delivery drones. People in the workplace are becoming obsolete. But I can no longer see this as a bad thing. In fact, it is necessary. Continue reading Post Industrial Economy: Reclaiming your creative mind
Depression is a good example of a polysemic word. While some people describe it as an emotion “you just need to overcome”, others narrate it as a place where navigating your way to an exit can appear impossible. It’s a word frequently used to describe a momentary feeling, but how much do we really understand of the impact this unpredictable climate has in weathering our lives. Continue reading Happiness: Defending against the onset of depression
Like many others, man is a social creature. But we spend vast amounts of our time observing other people from the sidelines while they engage in an activity we were designed to participate in. Observing from the sidelines has become an activity in itself! Just moments ago, I was scrolling aimlessly through my Facebook timeline (as you do), having lost interest in the timelines that of Instagram and Twitter. Once I grew weary of Facebook, I closed the app and moved on to the next. In less then 2 seconds of closing the app, I had instinctively reopened Facebook again. This was no accident, and it wasn’t the first occurrence either. This behavior was not indicative of poor use of time but more so a deficit in something integral to our daily active lives: social activity. Continue reading The Misinterpretation of Loneliness