Looking Out

This piece was shot in Puerto Vallarta Mexico at of all places, Elizabeth Taylor's former vacation house which is now a hotel and restaurant called "The Iguana Restaurant & Tequila Bar".

Doing a podcast or essay ultimately takes at least a whole day to complete. Writing and narrating the essays on camera can take even longer. There by, it's great to get these self-contained ultra-short form narration's out there as well which can be turned around in just a few hours. On some days you just want to create something quickly so these pieces have become an outlet for that. 

There's a CG artist named Mike Winkelmann (Beeple) who has been outputting a piece of art every day for thousands of days. Which is both good if you're single and live in your mom's basement with no other responsibilities but bad if you want to have various life experiences involving travel. As we all need breaks from every what we love doing now and then. Especially due to responsibilities with others live friends, spouse, children. But who know, perhaps creating a peice every day is part of his personal internal development which should be put above all else. 

When you look out at the world, what do you see?
Do you see scarcity or abundance?
Shadow or light.
We live in a realm of polarity in which have both and we must experience both.
Night and day.
Look into the dark and light of yourself and you will know your world.