Shades

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I have always believed that there are values to each level we reach for. You strive to reach a level and once achieved there’s another you’ve discovered.

Can you ever reach the top? The top of what?
It makes you realize that perfect just doesn’t exist.

Perfect is an illusion that someone we don’t even know defined without really examining what it’s supposed to mean. In English the equivalent would be flawless. But that’s still defined by the individual so once again that brings me back to my theory on levels and shades.

It’s like the shades of any color. Look at my photo and you don’t only see two colors. That would be the illusion.

The shades are limitless and only really defined by the individual who looks upon it but never officially reached.

Our dreams and ambitions are like shades. Just as we are all shades, but non more perfect than the other and each limitless. 💗💗💗💗💗💗💗💗

(From a song I’m working on)….

JAX

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3 thoughts on “Shades

  1. I like the photo you chose here. I’m was in a very ” competitive ” family growing up. My sister, me, and a female cousin were all roughly the same age. My aunt would love to compare us. When I announced I wanted to study fashion design…suddenly my cousin was doing the same thing. I learned after competing back, there was no true ” winning.” My sister, aunt, and cousin keep up with each other to ” one up” themselves. I was connected to my art and when I competed back, I felt very disconnected. I knew there was something more spiritual to life and personal development in all this. If I kept straying from the creative path I was born into to compete…I might ” win” some artificial challenge but ultimately lose time for creative goals I had in my own mind. That being said, I learned the lesson of your post. I could reach one goal after the other and it would feel empty going from step to step, once I finished school faster than my cousin, then what? Or I could make personal goals, achieve those, feel like I was on a spiritual journey instead.

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    • Hi Zita, I understand what you mean. But those things you went though helped to shape your standards and the way you pursue your dreams. It’s a shame you had to go through that but it’s a life lesson that will always be with you making you understand human reaction.

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