Life is always in flux, omnipresent, impermanent, one scene flows into another, and like a river we eventually make our way back into the ocean.
When I travel down these streets and highways I am a traveller, here to explore this place in this world, while simultaneously travelling in this galaxy, through a universe and so on. My raison d’être is simple, explore life and document the experience through artistic practice. This is very much an intuitive path as I flow with energy of the environment I am in flux with, carrying me through like a leaf in a stream, that flows into a river, that flows into the ocean.
Suppose we speak of the death of a cloud. You look up in the sky and don’t see your beloved cloud anymore, and you cry, “O my beloved cloud, you are no longer there. How can I survive without you?” And you weep. You are thinking of the cloud as having passed from being into nonbeing, from existence to nonexistence.
-Thich Nhat Hanh ‘Fear: Essential Wisdom for Getting Through the Storm’ c.2012 by the Buddhist Church p.53
fotoMahaloness As my curiosity drives me through this lifetime I seek teachers, knowledge and wisdom. In doing so I slowly discover my true nature and with some discipline put that into my daily life. Similar to a cloud this practice is in a steady state of flux.