Letter to Anna Bella

Dear Anna Bella,

I’m so glad I found you and you found me. This was so destined to be. I’ve been searching for answers and you have been too. But perhaps the secrets of the universe aren’t meant for us to know.

I like how you hide yourself so craftily. Your pictures show you mainly in shadows are really faded away. I do wonder if there’s something you’re hiding from. Did you do something bad? Are you on the run or something? I don’t know but in my world everyone is free to be themselves with no worrying about being judged. In your world you seem to be getting to the point we are at but there is still a lot of predominant fear alive therein.

You seem to be fairly disciplined too. I see how you love doing digital alchemy tweets on a regular basis and enjoy playing with the different tools like Hypothesis and Audacity. I’m not much of a fan of trying new stuff. I prefer to stick to the same routines or things I’m used to. But maybe I’ll become like you someday and try to learn things that I don’t think I can ever be fully good at.

The Arganee world is really cool. I have a whole new set of friends and the most awesome part is we never met before but it feels so much like home. We all seem to think similarly and meditate on how we can all make a difference in all worlds throughout the galaxies and many universes. I’ll never forget this experience and I’m glad I can call you my very best Alchemist friend.

Anna Bella

My earth friend

She is in the shadow of my shadow

 

Hugs,

Dianna Levi

Slacktivism: A form of Journalism

I’m of the belief that it”s hard to encourage full activism through the use of the internet. Alot of people don’t feel like there is anything they can do to change circumstances in the world. I very much agree with this. I myself tend to do slacktivism but I do it to promote knowledge to the public as I would like journalism. When people see reporters on the news all they do is report the crimes, natural disasters, etc. but we all know they’re doing their job. It doesn’t mean that they don’t care. They just can’t change the situation or help them. There only one person/individual. Idk if i sound like I’m rambling but anyhow….

Here’s some great memes and a gif a friend of mine posted. 🙂

Cooking Up A Little Storm

So, I’m just getting used to this digital space. I feel like I’m a little behind but there’s no proof. I guess I’m just really paranoid. It truly is hard to work in groups. Conflicting schedules and the decisions of what stays and what goes are very very hard to make as a team. Sometimes one individual isn’t satisfied with the final decisions and it is really hard to come up with a final product that is accepted as a whole. My team and I were pretty much on the same path but I still prefer working on my own.

 

 

Read my team and I’s collab story -dish at this site https://sites.google.com/kean.edu/avacolabstory/home?authuser=1

or this

http://markcmarino.com/cwa/index.php?p=/discussion/135/the-nightlife-collaborative-dish#latest

~Dianna