This is the fifth picture in a series called “Metor,” which is a collection of images that represent how we are feeling at various points in time. Each of them is about one of the topics covered in the podcast.
The first image in the series is a picture of me in my childhood bedroom, with a blackboard in front of me and a big black square on my crib. I’m trying to write something on the blackboard, but something’s caught my eye at the bottom of the picture. I look over my shoulder and I see a giant box labeled “death”. I don’t quite understand what this means and why this is so important to me.
The next image shows me in the early 1990s at a party I was at with some of my friends where I met a guy named Alex. The picture was taken at the time I was just starting to date a girl named Jana. The room was dark and the sound of the party was a little low. But I can still see that I was wearing the same white top Alex was wearing in the picture, and that I was feeling very uncomfortable.
It’s the same thing I feel about many of my first-person experiences. I feel a little bit more comfortable in dark settings and places where there is some light coming in, but I really don’t know if it is because I’m so used to being alone in the dark or if it’s just some natural biological response to my surroundings.
The best thing about being in the dark is that it is your own personal dark room. The dark room allows you to become more aware of your surroundings and allows you to feel your own lightness and vulnerability. You don’t have to be afraid to be alone and vulnerable, which is one of the biggest reasons why I love being in the dark.
I can’t say I’ve been in the dark enough, but I think I’ve managed to become more aware of a few things lately. Being in the dark does not mean you “have to be afraid to be alone and vulnerable.” It means that you can be fully aware and aware of yourself.
In the dark, you are aware of your own presence, your own feelings, your own desires, your own thoughts, your own pain, your own fears. You are not just “you”, you are a different person in the dark.
Being in the dark also means that we do not have to be afraid of what we might find. It means that we can look deeply into ourselves and see who we really are. In the dark you may be able to go to a dark-room, and examine yourself, but you are not going to be able to look in a mirror. In the dark it’s okay to look at yourself, but it’s not okay to look at yourself as a complete human being.
“In the dark, you may look at yourself, but you are not going to be able to look in a mirror. In the dark its okay to look at yourself, but its not okay to look at yourself as a complete human being.” This is a quote from a story by the late great author William Styron. It is also a quote from the book ‘The Newbury Poems’ by the great poet and novelist William Butler Yeats.
In the story written by Robert Musil he says that “the most difficult thing about writing is that you have to look at yourself and be sure.” That’s also a quote from the second volume of The Newbury Poems by the great poet and novelist William Butler Yeats. Yeats wrote a great poem called “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner,” in which he discusses the problem of looking in a mirror.