I've been programming for years, gaming for nearly as much, and I'm an artist. It is only natural that I finally merge many of my passions together under one banner. With this, I do plan on other projects that I will be working on soon, and those will, also, find a way of being shown off here as well.
I am Canadian, and there is only one thing that makes it easier to breathe, the cold air. Especially in Autumn, Winter and Spring. Summer is really hot here in the St-Lawrence Valley. Whenever, I need to really catch my breathe, I prefer to take in cold air. I never thought about it before. Why is it that cold air is just easier to breathe, for myself.
Sometimes I get home, sit at my computer, and for some reason just stare blankly at the screen. I have a lot of projects and goals to complete. I have a lot of tasks to do. I have a lot of things I need to do in order to feel like the reason I am sitting in front of this screen is worth my time.
If at first you don't succeed, fail, you can always succeed another day. I want you to see the world the way I do. The thing is, in life, I have learnt, that is just not possible. My footprints in the sand, are my own, and even if you start walking in my own footprints, you will have always started somewhere else. It is for this reason that I started my blog, and I intend to tell you the story of a workaholic, and artist, one who fails all the time, but is hopeful that one day, I will eventually succeed.
Life is a journey of failure and experiences that allow everyone to broaden their world views, and the views of themselves. Rarely do people suggest moving backwards to move forward. And, much like the backspace on this keyboard, I do believe moving backwards in time is the only true way of moving forward. We call this hindsight. We learn a lot through failure and nothing in success. However, this is not a philosophy post, which I will love to get into, in the future, but a post of my current state in time.
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