A fun idea and thought from my buddy Nietzsche:
Don’t worry about concerning yourself as an “individual”. Instead, consider yourself as a creative activity!
What you talking about Willis?
Generally speaking, we think of ourselves— our individual desires, our individual needs, and our “selves”.
But what if we transcended ourselves as an individual, and simply thought of ourselves as “actions”, “activities”, and creative power instead?
Bravery, patience, no going back!
As new artists in this brave new digital world, we need new values. We need bravery when creating our own artworks, we need to be patient with our progress, and we shouldn’t desire to look in the past.
As a photographer-artist, don’t worry too much about other things in life.
Focus on your artistic productivity (making a lot of photos) and share them!
No boundaries with your artwork, no definitions, no limits.
Keep “acting” as a photographer:
- Never stop shooting new photos
- Never stop processing your photos
- Never stop selecting and editing new photos and projects
- Never stop sharing your artwork!
Disappear into the joy of your creativity activity (flow)— and disregard everything else!
Optimize your life to maximize your creative activity!