Nahili Samurai

The next blurred thing | April 22, 2008

The next blurred thing
image from www.blzbubaphotography.com

  1. We work thinking about food
  2. We eat thinking about TV
  3. We watch TV thinking about bed
  4. We can’t go to sleep, thinking about work

The current thing is always blurred, while the next thing seems to be clear. So,we ignore the present and look to the future, all the time… That’s why Seth Godin’s “Do Less” is important; this is more than marketing, this is the concept of a healing lifestyle. 20th century with all its factories and manufacturing era is gone. To achieve enlightenmnet, I feel that it’s important to achieve balance and focus. Again, this will sound so crazy to factory workers who do repetitie tasks, and so reasonable to creatives.

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