How time makes us evolve.
I used to feel too old too soon. I used to think that youth was a perception of others rather than a deep feeling that comes from within. Perception, it is all about perceptions. I used to believe that mirrors were more powerful than my inner light, and I used to believe things that I know wrong today.
I forgot how important is the power of touch. I forgot how to make connections with myself and with others. Not long after I first read the Sanskrit word Sparsha. It means sensation or touch. Not only as one of the fifth senses but also the touch of the subtle senses like feeling fear, listening to your intuition and observing your actions. The fear of falling or sinking is often created by a faulted use of the senses or by the wrong perceptions and ideas. Sparza defines how to “touch” when sinking, and how to “feel” when floating.
The way we evolve deeply depends on our past experiences, and our most hidden perceptions of others and ourselves. When you discover what is unique within each of us, that inner light begins to shine and evolve in the most beautiful way. With no fear, without control… it just shines bravely.
Then I understood the power of creating instants, memories, experiences, and I became a collector. An artist with an invisible huge collection: moments.
Since then, I do live creatively, finding passion in every moment I am alive. I do things worth remembering. That is the best way I can appreciate time without having to think that I am too old, too soon. This is how I have decided to evolve.