None of this matters when you’re dead
Paul Adams


I agree, and my frame is this:

Creating is about the process. The artifacts you create are only useful if they help to improve your process.

A carpenter doesn’t work her whole life on making a bench or a chair. They work on the process of making benches and chairs, so that every bench and chair they produce — and hopefully, the community of carpenters surrounding them-- will be better. They work not to make things, but to advance their craft.

With this frame, your reverence is not for things, but for the process by which things are made.

The good news: your process doesn’t reside on a server and can’t be deleted ☺

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