Taking a break from Twitter

I have realised the incessant need to document moments photographically and lexically is damaging and can remove connection to a moment.

Yes it is pleasant to have evidence of a time but it is also great to live through a time and moment. I am trying to reconfigure my brain so I am more at ease in moments. I know oral folklore is a great way to tell stories and so I hope my experiences will be told and shared through this form. It is more genuine that way, less superficial. There is more emotion that way.

In the meantime, I am trying to profile a few things I have learnt from Twitter so I don’t have to forget. If I do reactivate, it will only be to post this blog and a few others of interest.








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