The contradictions of this world amuse me. To be awake is synonymously exchangeable with awaken. Contextually, to be awaken is to be consciously available and alert. As l we drift through life mentally and emotionally unavailable, we are labeled are “awake”. Truthfully, we are unstimulated.
To be conscious is to live in color. When we are conscious and present in our daily lives, we begin to develop our purpose, and our vision appears more vividly.
Societal contradiction strikes again as vision is defined as sight; yet simultaneously characterized as an impractical theme, where visionaries are labeled illusive.
Life, through its hardships and disruptions, breeds ingenuity. Art is the reflective birthing of our visions, through life’s adversities. Art provides visual scenery that stimulates an unconscious change in direction allowing us to see things differently (more consciously).
When we operate as visionaries, we empower not only ourselves but our counterparts by creating the future and commanding what you have not seen yet. Audaciously, society marginalized the power of art, and minds alike that craft their own visions and live their own truths (until it’s been manifested).
Question your consciousness.
Travel stretches and wharps our spiritual and mental capacity into unfathomable dimensions.
This metamorphasis or “erosion” is rarely picture perfect.
The natural forces of life painfully yet blissfully challenge, empower and restore us through our imperfect and divergent paths, constructed by reality.
“The ultimate goal of life remains the spiritual growth of the individual and its solidarity climb to peaks that can be reached only alone.” (Scott Peck, The Roadless Traveled)
Travel foster spiritual replenishment and elevates growth. Grow into your greatness.
Urban chic meets cheap as Necessary Clothing boutique gets ready to close its closet doors’ for the last time. Enjoy 50% off of the entire store. This is valid at the Canal street location only. All purchases are final sale.
Photography by Kelly Mahoney
I used to not like my name-I thought it was ghetto. Now that I think about it, it’s actually a cool name: Zarielle Washington. It’s like the name of cartoon action figure and I’m starring in this cinematic motion picture called life- lets just say I’m finally figuring my role it out, 29 years later. It’s been comical, scene after scene but I think I have it figured out- I know who I am. Unfortunately, it didn’t air on the big screen. My biggest regret to this day is that I didn’t document my adventures. With 4 days left in 2014, I’m declaring its not to late!
Because I know I’m not the only twenty something protagonist, role playing my dreams by day and battling bad guys by night as I transition into the lifestyle I ultimately envision- this virtual space is for us. If you love the idea of a better you, a better bargain and creating beautfiul surroundings with them, then there’s “Something about Zarielle” that you’ll love!