Looking repurpose through different lens
It's Thursday again! Thank you for being here to read my latest blog update.
Since 3rd October 2019, I've promised myself to make a commitment to blogging once a week. I'm very used to working in a random sequence, hence this is by far the most challenging weekly mundane commitment that works against my usual flow. I noticed that I am still very comfortable talking and sharing my story verbally (face to face), but when it boils down to converting my thoughts into words, typing in front of the computer has become one of my nightmares.
Ironically, when I look back on what I've blogged in the past few months, I could see my colorful growth which I wish to pat myself on my back and say: "I know it's hard, but thank you for doing the right thing."
Have you been doing something against your flow but deep down you know that it's the right thing to do? Feel free to share your story with me in the comments below or simply just email me. I would love to hear from you!
In my last 2 posts, I've injected heavy thoughts immediately after my experience in beach cleaning at Lazarus Island. I realized that it's probably time for me to voice out on some environmental issues.
This week, I would like to keep my post a bit casual, with beautiful visuals that I gathered during my travels and other inspiring repurpose artwork that I found on the internet.
￪ The captions said: "The aboriginal from Taiwan-Amis, used the Pinang tree bark as their food container and burning hot stones as the medium to cook their food. When burning stones are dropped into the container with fish and prawn that are freshly caught in the wild, everything is cooked instantly."
These are the inspiring ways of using everyday life objects in a simple way with few chemical processes involved. A very organic and ingenious way to cook with no waste involved. Sometimes, we just need to go back to the basics to understand the properties of the material and think out of the box to solve the global (climate change) issue.
"That which you seek, traveler, is already with you."
- Vladimir Megre
"What you seek, is seeking you."- Rumi