Photo by Jamie Street

We want to see beauty in the natural.

When something appears to be too fake, we question it’s authenticity.

A struggle can possess so much power. Yet we find the hero’s victory to be more important. The adversity of overcoming hardship.

Until that critical moment, we don’t acknowledge the weakness. We only want to hear about it once it’s surpassed.

And rightfully so.

When someone complains, we act as if we’d heard it before. And in fact, we have. From ourself. So we shrug it off, and say “not interested.”

We want to go beyond the boring day-to-day minutia and see something raw and that’s relevant to our lives.

You have it in you.

Remind us of our best self. Which is what all of us are looking to become.