“They [photos] remind me fundamentally we exist, rather than survive.”
“They [photos] offer us an opportunity to celebrate life in an intimate way.”
“I believe we as in who we are; our identities, our personalities and what we are capable of, does not end at our skins.”
“We extend into space, us and our space together form the intelligent beings that we are.”
And as we think we talk about the urban landscape. What we really talk about is the landscape of the soul. I had so much to say, but right now, I just really want to keep it simple. The reflections you sent to me are really powerfull and full of zest. And what I trully want is to share them with you and leave you resonating from within. I should have talked about our last 3 days of tthe campaign, about how close we are to reaching our goal. Which is really beautiful. But, I just can‘t. To be honest, I don‘t want. Maybe it is not cost efficient and is against all marketing and PR rules. But, I never cared much for either. There is always space for quality. And I am very protective towards The Urban Yoga. Subconscious sensory experience might as well be the only truly authentic and pure connection we have left with the outside world.