Its been great how life experiences have helped me grow and develop as a person and have shown me many avenues in which mankind can progress and also where mankind has regressed. In my search for self and awareness I sought to analyse the mechanisms available to myself in order that I could equalise or better protect myself against mankinds regressions. My journey has taken me on a pandora’s box of adventure which has driven my personal development and aspirational ideals beyond all my personal boundaries. The strength of character and humilty I have obtained from pushing down the walls of my own inhibitions, has empowered me to give back what I have experienced both through literature and life.
Isn’t life funny. It’s almost like when you learn anything new, what you put in is what you get out. This is where my life experience fits in nicely as I constantly try to raise or eliminate my boundaries, by striving to know myself even better. For what I have developed within my life so far, I regularly seek knowledge of external and internal factors, taking positive steps towards maintaining a certain equilibrium balance that has so far had the added bonus of helping others along the way.
I am also an individual who has been fortunate to have experienced the metamorphic power of self belief supported by idolic symbols such as the mystical Phoenix and the awe inspiring wolf. From their legendary spine-tingling howl to their adversarial history with humans, wolves are considered one of the animal world’s most fearsome natural villains, as such we have chastised the wolf and its spirit not for what it is, but for what we pre-judge it to be – a savage, ruthless killer.
Pick a fruit game
1. You are asked to pick a fruit that you like.
2. Ok, you picked apple, good.
3. You are told all the oranges are bad.
4. Your peers reinforce that oranges are fruit.
5. The community decrees all fruit is bad.
6. You decide apples are bad.
Lest we judge and sentence the wrong animal/person/thing due to incorrect knowledge
‘The things you do not know, you will fear .
The things you fear, you will destroy’
Knowledge is key.