The voice of evolution is not processed meat

Sometimes we forget that what we do is only for one person. One person. We write, we podcast, we record. The audience is a sole human being sitting in front of their computer screen. The chance is strong that it will be one person reading what you write, draw or illuminate through blogging.

I remembered that tonight.

I lost track.. forgot what I was doing. In haste everything became dishevelled, mixed up and rather foolish to say the least. Will I find my voice again? Yes. It has always been my voice writing here.

Narrowing down. Refining to find purity? Sounds processed!

Evolution is a process. It is not inherantly perfect the first time around or evolution would cease to exist. Period.

Did I lose track of time or have I become an evolutionary agent Jecklin?

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3 thoughts on “The voice of evolution is not processed meat

  1. I imagine losing track is part of the process. It is part of the search.

    On the one hand, I’m thinking of Siddartha or those Homeric Greeks in the land of the Lotus-Eaters (distracted by sexy women, indolence etc) finding the path back home, on the other a tracker out in the wilderness following animal tracks going off in the wrong direction but then rediscovering the path.

    If that makes sense…

  2. Now that is a helpful wakeup. I’ve never heard it put quite that way but it must be close to universally true. Your audience in this crazy online world is almost always one person.

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