inspired1!!! reminded of the many many many many hrs of work behind a successful act, from conception to practice to perfection.. the failures n self-scrutiny that can sometimes be crippling. the number of people involved- some you do not see, yet each doing their part.. to the smallest detail, just to create a particular experience for the audience…….. does it matter how brightly the light shines and what color it is? at what particular moment the music comes in? why does the music have to change? why does the prop have to be placed at THAT spot? the audience wouldn’t know otherwise, yet it matters deeply to the crafters. it’s so obvious when both heart and head has been put into a show. sosososososo much respect. and after all that work, learning to let a liiiiittle of that control go, to leave space for the magic to happen in collaboration with the audience, n flow with it. jacob collier u have taught me lots today 🙂 that was rly quite the magical experience.
really respect leh. have a lot of respect for a lot of people LOL and have recently been feeling very grateful for every encounter/ talk no matter the duration. there is so much to learn lah i hope i remember to always put in the real work for the things that matter to me. RESPECTTTTTTTTTTTTTT