Thursday, May 17, 2012
The need for new answers
But this whole internet explosion where everyone wants to be seen and share big parts of their lives to spectators they mostly have never met is something I have a hard time with. I get the need for it but it also gives me headache. If you're not someone in the life of the world wide web, you're nothing? I really don't think it's healthy in the long run even though I've been a big part of it and very often enjoyd it to the fullest.
Very often I thank my lucky star that I'm not born into this and that computers actually took their start for real when I was about twenty years old. I don't know how these young men and women survive with their brains and souls in the right place when the demand for everything, the need to be seen, to get confirmation of everything you do is so present and important at such a young age. I could not stand the thought of being at that fragile and confusing age of twenty something, not knowing what to do with life, who I am, with all opportunities waiting around the corner and even so not knowing how life was before this whole era of daily acknowledgment took place. Call me old fashioned, but really, I would not like to be in those shoes and I respect the younger souls who are strong enough to not be too impacted.
So with all of this, I just want to say that I need to take a pause and live a normal life without visiting my computer every day to put my thoughts together and seek new answers. I love writing when I'm out traveling, so hopefully I will see you in Switzerland, Italy, Monaco and France soon when I've had the time to breathe and just recharge my motivation and get more accurate inspiration sources from around the world .
You, my lovely readers are the main reason to why it's so hard to just drop it all. And for the simple reason that I also very often like it, I just need to, as I said, seek some new answers and see what's left when doing so. Take care!