Sometimes we miss things. Not missing people, but opportunities. Instead of doing schoolwork or editing those pictures from last month, we would rather read a new book or plan something totally incomprehensible; that's what I do, at least. We stay up long into the night just thinking. About everything. About life and it's complexities, we listen to our favorite songs and somehow seem to have more inspiration then. And even though we don't have a laptop to type on (or lack of something similar) we write things down, we tell them to other people. Sometimes it seems like nonsense, sometimes it doesn't make any sense at all. Sometimes it rains when its supposed to be sunny, sometimes things happen the way we want them to, and we are suddenly in the mood for something different. And this is what we do, when we should be doing other, more productive things. We are unorganized in our way of thinking. We fall behind, and we are not easily understood. But the fact is, doing nothing at all is doing something. Even sitting in a room alone and looking out the window, or playing the piano even when we can't, we are learning something. Sure, we're missing opportunities, but we are not really missing them, we're just creating more.
In order to celebrate the real things in life, I have decided to start a new series that captures and tells about life in its most pure and real form.