February 2014

Respect your version

You are the best at what you do. No one can compete with you. No one will ever be you.

Respect your version of the story. Your version of what a good life looks like. Your version of what impact you make.

Put your earmuffs on and say no to everyone.

Get mad. Get really mad…It shows that you care about your vision.

If you’re not mad, you’re mad.

Thrive on your frustration to break ‘the mold’ and live your own version of life.

Don’t ‘know what you want’…be what you are.

Don’t listen to me, listen to yourself.

stop your spinning wheels

stop your spinning wheels from Greg Albritton on Vimeo.

stop your spinning wheels.
let your mind walk freely.

the great paradox of time;

the slower you go,
the more you see.

it’s ok to wonder.
it’s ok to dream.

stop spinning your wheels,
and take a walk with me.

filmed: costa rica
camera: gopro 3+
music: elias fanni

i wrote these lines down in the past few months while traveling. to me, this video provides a certain medicine for personal space and thought.

this film can be experienced as not only an oasis of relaxation, but also an opportunity for one to look around and reflect upon the speed at which they are physically and psychologically moving.

time is not fungible. it cannot be traded for another time. slowing your time down permits not only a meditative state, but an opportunity to see things in a new light. respect your vision by maintaining a rhythm that brings new epiphanies from moments.

Maybe, just maybe

Maybe, just maybe/

we all have a beautiful voice/

an impossibly charismatic, charming, inner-core/

so powerful and rich, the very thought of it can give you the feeling of warm pins and needles/

when something moves your psychological self in to a physical piece of art/


Maybe, it is just about accepting/

your core/

your richness/

your energy/