As I was developing as a human being, the music of Pink Floyd entered my life. I was first influenced by the album the Dark Side of the Moon and the music was thought-provoking and resonated with my experiences in life. There wasn’t a lot of media that addressed the feelings facing the teenage mind. This music provided an explanation for the way I felt back then. The Wall was an experience that provided a visceral punch in the senses. It was so far removed from anything I had ever seen, it provided a paradigm shift in my thinking. I remember watching this movie in Brunswick, Maine and I remember the people I watched it with. D.H., E.C., and G.N. Read more...(1586 words, 7 images, estimated 6:21 mins reading time)
No matter who you are, where you live, how much money you have or what you do in your spare time, we each have an account that we are continually making withdrawals from and cannot make deposits.
Everyone in the world has a finite, fixed sum in this account, and still most waste a great portion of the capital available. Time is the currency in this account and you are spending it with every minute of your existence. Read more...(723 words, 4 images, estimated 2:54 mins reading time)
We should all find activities in life that cause us to lose track of time and more importantly to not worry about what you “should” be doing with those precious moments.
In our daily lives, we are controlled by the clock. From the time we have to go to work to the time we are allowed to eat and the time we are able to rejoin the freedom of life yet again. Time can be an all-controlling factor if you let it, but it does not have to be. You can live your life on your own time. Read more...(813 words, 6 images, estimated 3:15 mins reading time)