Art & Culture, Battling Stereotypes, Digital Art

The Average Black Girl: Sick and tired of the stereotyping

I was once asked by a reader of my blog about what my stance is in regards to making negative stereotypes positive; this was my answer: To be perfectly honest with you, I have a hard time thinking of a stereotype that can be made positive. There might be some that are not as harmful… Continue reading The Average Black Girl: Sick and tired of the stereotyping

Art & Culture, Digital Art, Literature, Uncategorized

Wisdom in the Age of Information and the Importance of Storytelling in Making Sense of the World: An Animated Essay

Below is a video of an animated essay, the essay written and narrated by Maria Popova with animator Drew Christie. I’m posting it here on my blog because I believe it is a powerful explanation and demonstration of how people may cultivate true wisdom in the age of information through storytelling. I am also in… Continue reading Wisdom in the Age of Information and the Importance of Storytelling in Making Sense of the World: An Animated Essay

Art & Culture, Digital Art, Uncategorized

Reality Check: Why I think the World should End

So what can we do in the face of all of this madness and chaos? What is the solution?… We can love. Not the love you hear in your favorite song on the radio. I mean real love, true love, boundless love. You can love, love each other from the moment we wake up to… Continue reading Reality Check: Why I think the World should End