Iâ€™m a specialist in perceptual analysis and group dynamics, with 15 yearsâ€™ experience working in insurance and IT services. I study things, well, people mainly, but really, the way people interact with other people and things. Iâ€™m a problems solver; explain to me a problem youâ€™re having, and I can direct you to the answers you seek.
Just once, imagine yourself as the key to unlocking the doors of other’s success and happiness.
Look at everything as inherent to the whole.
I work as an IT guy supporting public housing authorities. This is a challenging task for a number of reasons, and its stressful at times to say the least. Every day I encounter people that are in the final stages of their lives. Every day I meet people in…
Would it be enough to simply say I’m dying, without having to go into the details of explaining precisely what it is that’s killing me? Is it really saying anything to just leave it as that?
It starts with an art gallery, but not the kind of gallery youâ€™re used to seeing. This gallery consists of video graphic walls where customerâ€™s pictures cycle on an endless loop of display. Upon arrival you install an app that allows you to share images, videos, and music which then cycles throughout the gallery for everyone to see. This is a place to display your artwork, a place where people come to see the artwork that gets shared.
Thereâ€™s a moment when you come to this point of total clarity, where you can see all and understand everything. Itâ€™s like a flood of information that comes at you in a thoughtless kind of way, tearing you from the silence you’ve worked so hard to achieve.
I’d like to resign from this, it isn’t what I was promised it would be. I was sold something different, and I now understand what this reality holds. Courted by your offerings, you pledged a life of great substance, but all you’ve provided me are superficial things which hold no real value.
If the loss of one meant the loss of the other would you change it? See, that’s the trick of life, everything balances, but we aren’t able to see one side of the coin from the other.
People say that the first step is the hardest, but I find the last step to be the most difficult step to take. Thatâ€™s the step where you let go.
Have you ever noticed that the things we work hardest to attain elude us until we stop chasing them? That’s kind of where I’m at with this.