#1 The One

I am the one who looks at the world and sees beauty, the intense fiery passion of life. I am the one who is emphatic about adventures, who loves to watch how the world works, clockworks in the sky.  I am the one who wonders: who are we, why are we here? Is there a purpose for us living in this abundant worId, because this life is so rare? I am here because I want to make a change in the world. I would love to give people information about what is happening ecologically around the world, because information is power. And that power leads to the ability to change the way we live, the way we think, and how we view the unison of everything. Change starts on a small level and grows globally as people understand what is happening. My goal is to spread knowledge so we can stand in harmony with our universe.

I am the one who looks at those around me and sees light, hope, and the promise for change. Who am I in the world? I am the leader, the bringer of the tidal wave of effects and changes that are coming. I am the one.

 

 

 

Aidan Palmer

6 Responses to “#1 The One

  • Aidan,

    I really like the featured image you chose. Is a picture of yours or one you found online?

    I also like the positivity in this first post and I hope you hold on to that throughout this course and beyond.

    Erik Remsen

    • Thank you for the comment. My dad took the picture, and it’s one that has always been a symbol of hope and harmony to me, so I thought it was a good first image.

      Thank you again!
      Aidan

  • I love what you’re saying about the importance of information. That’s a really interesting thing to keep in mind during your project, and I’m excited to see what you end up doing.

  • Laurie Hickey
    3 years ago

    Hi Elsa.
    Loved this post and view it as a hello and an introduction to a whirlwind of energy! I will respond in kind.
    I am the one who loves books and writing. I am the one who believes when a person learns to use just the right word- change is possible because our words are bricks or clouds or rays of light beaming into the dark corners. Without words- precise language – we are less powerful. I am the one who teaches 12, 13 or 14 year olds in a musty classroom on a 90 degree day – and they teach me. They teach me patience, spark my curiosity. They share joy and laughter.

    Oh – and I am the one who will be reading your blog!! Hi Elsa, I’m Laurie Hickey from South Burlington.

    • Laurie Hickey
      3 years ago

      Well Jeez – Aidan.

      I just totally messed up!
      I loved your blog post, but I won’t be reading it regularly.

      And I know you are not Elsa.

      So embarrassing!!
      Laurie

    • Hi Laurie,
      Thank you for the comment, even though you won’t be reading my blog in the future. I’m glad that my energy came through and that you enjoyed reading the post. You have a good point about the power of words to change. It’s interesting to think about, and is something I will definitely keep in mind as I go forward.

      Thank you again for the feedback!
      Aidan

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