there are decisions i make with certainty and clarity. and then there are decisions that sort of happen to me, decisions that weren’t entirely consciously made by me, but spontaneously by my heart. i’ve come to learn that these types of decisions are necessary in my life, even if i don’t want to embrace them, even if every fiber of my being is trembling with fear. because when the fear hits, i have to make one of two decisions - i can either turn away or walk forward. and if i’m brave enough, these decisions become life-changing moments. there is something grand in trusting the unseen and letting life take me for a ride even if i don’t know where it may lead me. these types of decisions - they’re so important because it is the process of changing that very fear into love. it is the act of transformation, the process of facing the storm in me so that i can understand my sunshine.
The Moon by Nosigner is a topographically-accurate LED light created based on data retrieved from the Japanese lunar orbiter spacecraft Kaguya, appropriately named after the legendary Japanese moon princess Kaguya-hime.
do you think there are times where we mistake our own loneliness as feelings we have for another? how often are we trying to fill the emptiness? how often is it filled? how long does it stay? what happens when we put our loneliness in the hands of someone who doesn’t want to take care of us? at which point do we let go? does it hurt more to hold onto the hope or to return back to the loneliness? do we even know that sometimes we are hurting?