creations are intimacy and my mini-essays are done (95-100 📝)
Happy new year!
First piece of news is that it’s here!!!! The final update on my mini-essay experiment.
I def recommend reading the last one as I take a bit longer to reflect on this experiment. To pull out a piece of gratitude from the thread above:
massive thank you to all who have engaged with the project whether providing feedback on the structure, used them as a launching point to be vulnerable and form connection, or spent precious time reading these raw thoughts.
it means more than you know ❤️
These last few explore different ways of owning data, thoughts on how to change your interpretation of time, and the idea of having a greater-than-life purpose in your life, inspired by Loki. I muse about what it takes to have quiet confidence, a poetic exploration of beginnings, and examine why creations feel so intimate.
Some more info copied from my website below:
12.31.21 // 845 words
The final artifact in my 100 mini-essays experiment exploring the intimacy of creations and the value of sharing your mind with the world.
12.30.21 // 466 words
Exploring the concept of beginnings through a creative medium
12.29.21 // 472 words
Quiet confidence is when you’re able to naturally take your time, take up proper space, and be unapologetically yourself without putting down anyone else or manufacturing dependence.
12.27.21 // 549 words
I’m a strong believer that we create our own meaning—something can be meaningful for no other reason than the fact that we believe it so. In that sense, I think all of us have a glorious purpose in creating the change and meaning that we want to see in the world.
12.26.21 // 815 words
What if anyone could reclaim control of time for themselves? What does a world look like where we challenge Time for control but that power is free for anyone to seize rather than only the wealthy and powerful?
12.23.21 // 946 words
What if every object you created digitally was “owned” by you and stored permanently in a space private to you regardless of what the platform you created it on does with it?