"... and burning with curiosity, she ran across the field after it, and fortunately was just in time to see it pop down a large rabbit-hole under the hedge.
In another moment down went Alice after it, never once considering how in the world she was to get out again."
- Lewis Carroll, Alice's adventures in wonderland
This is a sketchbook. A collection for artworks.
No, it's not 42.
Neither it's to 'wash your teeth twice everyday and so when retired you'll have own gear to chop the oven-burned cookies from grandchildren'. The meaning of this project - called sketchbook - is something else.
Since before that lovely trip on place called Earth is over for you, there are just uncounted things in life you would want to try, learn or maybe even apply. I am talking about the curiosity that burns on tips of your fingers, keeps your eyes wide-open and sets your brain activity into the same level with the processor in front of you. Yes, those things that make you feel utterly - alive.
But then the reality hits with a hammer. There are obligations, hurry due those and trivial parties, that create the need (and an illusion) for prioritizing. Things that would be rather optional activities are buried under those necessities. And that's more than sad: it's not actually an honour to be the last item on the things-to-do-list. Thus, being on the list is better than out of it...
Therefore, after feeling numb with responsibilities of an adulthood and rational hobbies, I have decided to also keep up with those things that bring me nothing else but - joy [ a.k.a. = happiness / pleasure / satisfaction gained for succeeding to climb a tree ass first ]. For me, it's the random creations I can execute via R, canvas or some data. Not resume material, but you'll have good chats about them with strangers on bus-stops. Or more individual space before the bus comes.
Yet, how to execute that mantra of doing things that you enjoy? I believe it's to follow that curiosity without any expectations, as curiosity is the white rabbit. Thus I set up a sketchbook to push myself.
Hope you'll find something to smile for.
About the writer:
#R #redhead #dyslexics_are_teople_poo
Loves to play with R. Appreciates free candy.