Love

Love is a verb, not a noun.

Love isn’t desire for possession of something.

Love is action, not bottled and shown around.

Painters shows love for painting, by painting.

Writers show love for writing by writing.

Designers show love for designing, by designing.

Coders, too, show love for coding, by coding.

Deeper loves come from deeper connection with your art. Deeper love comes from developing your connection with your art in all ways.

Coders shouldn’t just code, but love understanding everything that is around it.

Painters seek to understand deeper, and then express the world around them.

Writers seek to understand deeper, and then express the world around them.

Love is seeking, spreading, creating, providing, support, love, for the sake of love. Love is choosing possibility over doubt. Love is choosing creativity before logic and finding a way. Love is protecting creativity and ideas so much so that they may quiver towards the sky, much like we quiver in relationships involving love.

To put it simply (and still not scratch the surface); love is creating, experiencing, for the sake of creation, experience, and learning.

Do something you love.