Tag: perception

the practice of presence

it doesn’t always make sense to our linear programming, but somehow, it’s always working to our benefit. there is no wasted time, or energy, just our perception of it. choices move and motivate momentum, and whether we’re conscious of our movements or not, the pieces never stop structuring the cosmos of our environment and stimulating…


tired

we are tired beaten, now and again, by our weighted struggles inside, outside, broadside we are travelled seeking, now and again, for our ounce of solace inside, outside ringside the discontent paid its rent well in advance, yet ours is the choice to circumnavigate the universe, or to mire the vessel in the made-to-believe solvitur…


time thief: on worrying

why worry? because, fear. fear comes in thousands of shades of grey. it’s a numbing collection of hues that darken a sunny day, or make an overcast sky even more bleak. fear, in the colours of worry, is particularly tragic. worry defines a certain powerlessness, and a victimhood that can take root in our core…


time thief: on complaining

there are innumerable ways we give away, lose, or are stolen from, energetically, physically, and in this linear place, temporally….


juxtaposition

in my experience as an editor for film and video, a┬ácommon problem is having enough raw content with which to create something of substance, flow, and meaning. so much is decided in fragments of seconds, very often in only one or two frames, that we can easily run out of useable material. editing, is manipulation….