Youth brings with it many new experiences without the tools to sift through them in an organised and methodical way. It is most characterised by haphazard thought processes and a clouded and confused mind. In another way we can also compare youth to life, in that we have many points of reference that point us towards the direction we want to go. The problem is that there is no clear line of sight. In my case, I don’t have the experience of life nor the level of masculine rigour formed in a 40 something male for instance. I am incomplete, both in experience and in intelligence. But time and effort will put this problem to rest. So naturally I needed a format that allowed me to convey meaning without losing form. Without losing order. I looked to poetry because of its brevity. Its ability to convey meaning and concentrate it to a sentence or two. And so a question arose. How do I transition from clumps of information, into essay writing without losing the poetic touch?
So essentialy I will look to expand on the length of my writing. But writing can only convey meaning in a limited fashion, while body language and tone of speech play a more central role. So I’m being more open to sharing and recording voice notes regarding ideas I have as well. As such, look out for essays and future audio notes. In the meantime, I just need to figure out how all this audio recording malarkey works. Peace!