I’m waking up again. Spring is opening up and closing down. The air is vibrating above ground. When I hold my breath, you are still breathing. You have the thrilling sounds, smell of expectations and you are dressed in a cool warmth. The air have no distance. I give you a kiss so that you
Welcome to Burning Man. This is not an festival. This is not a rave. Get a rare look into an annual social experiment which revolves around self-expression, inclusiveness, and collaboration. A post-apocalyptic desert world which resembles what the future may have in store. Dive in to Black Rock City where 70,000+ strangers build the temporary
You know what? I will never become that person who is blasé about being high up in the air, looking at the cotton clouds from above and the changing beauty of the miniature landscape below. All while I can have a gin and tonic. It’s a completely magical experience to me every time I ride
I’ve never been great at making sensible factual arguments that other people understand. If I want something, I just want it. That’s exactly how desire works. Desire does not always make any sense. That is one of the biggest roadblocks for desire. It’s messy. It will fuck up your life the way you know it.
I’m experiencing so much amazingness these days. I want to practice to give extraordinary a language and it’s not easy to describe these things. It’s is so important to articulate the fantastic. Giving language to the extraordinary helps me experience more of it.
I’m in awe over places like the Temple at Burning Man and the people (guardians) who hold this space so beautifully. We need this in our default world. “In 2011, I fell in love. Not with a person, but a structure: The Temple of Transition.” Read Ian Mackenzie’s great essay here: http://www.ianmack.com/dear-guardians/