So today’s post is a reference to Josh’s blog. It’s a really cool read! Here is a small excerpt from his post:
Tangible: Material or substantial; real or actual, rather than imaginary.
Recently I’ve come to realize that most of what we do and take part in these days is in fact very much opposite of tangible. Social media, and things similar, have allowed us to live life through other people. It allows us to be a part of interesting adventures while at the same time being in a room staring at our phones, or the computer.
Slowly our activities are becoming less and less about getting out and doing, and more about staying in and observing other peoples lives. Not only that, but as a result of this lifestyle we end up wishing we had more memories that are worth relating.
As a result I’ve taken an interest in film photography. I’m growing to love this hobbie because it forces you to be patient, and it forces you to think in a slower, more relaxed way. It also gives you a reason to get out and adventure.
Continue this read by checking out his blog here…