Exposure is a funny word, a slippery one, one that dealers dangle with shiny promise
In his book, The War of Art, Steven Pressfield says, “The more resistance you experience, the more important your unmanifested art/project/enterprise is to you--and the more gratification you will feel when you finally do it.” Resistance is real and I know this to be true because I’ve been avoiding cutting a documentary for close to a year now.
I can’t remember the last time I actually let myself get in. There is something in me that longs too, that feels like I should ever time I see a beautiful body of water. Isn’t that what it’s there for? But I don’t want to risk the cold or endure the grey mist or weeds and rocks at the bottom and don’t get me started on sand.