So, this blog has kind of been on the slow down. Sadly, from what I’ve seen is we’ve all started doing things differently. Personally, I’m not one to always talk about myself (as lovely as it is sometimes), but after a while life stories start getting too personal. Or we run out of Disney-style endings to tell others about.
But here’s a great article from the Huffington Post that thanks to photographer Steve Rosenfield who asked a broad range of people to fill out a ballot. To sum up: “What doesn’t define you?”. He then took several of his subjects and inked them up and took a picture of them.
After reading the article I also wound up browsing the comments, cause I do that, and learned a new word!
Ebonics. Although from what I understand this isn’t exactly an Oxford word.
I’ll follow through with a question to the fair readers of our tiny blog:
Would you be willing to have a picture taken of you with your deepest, darkest insecurities or secrets?
It’s an interesting idea, first of all it’s figuring out what doesn’t define you.
What happened that you won’t allow to rule the way you live your life?
It’s also the fact are you being honest with yourself?
That’s probably the biggest question. Will you allow your past to define your present and future?
Think about it peeps! And (maybe) comment below. You don’t have to tell us about your greatest fears, but will you let your past define you?