I am not the moor. I am in the world.
I’m about to begin an exploration of how Democrats, Republicans, Libertarians, Atheists and Evangelist look at gun control. I am not the moor, I am in the world is going to be my mantra through this. I want to listen with an open heart. Shot gun season ended today in Massachusetts. I stay out of the woods during these two weeks. It’s the least I can do to honor the men and women who clear the trails that I love so they can get their ATV’s to deer stands and other points of observation and do what they love. It is this attitude that I will bring to this next Obstruction Project. More on that another time.
I’m a big fan of Work expands to fill the time available for its completion. A proverb coined by the twentieth-century British scholar C. Northcote Parkinson. (Read the original full text published in the Economist in 1955 here.) I try to use this to my advantage through time blocking and limits. It doesn’t always work, but usually it does. I used it throughout The 50 Card Project. Finding the right wood or metal type to fit the design takes time. If I couldn’t find the right letter or if I was unsure about the type chosen, I would give myself 30-45 minutes to waffle between ideas or pull out cases of type in search of an illusive letter. Right now I’m using it.
Use black out poetry / redacted text in your work today.
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