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Hey friends,

This past week has been a bit of a recharge for me. I spent a lot of it reading and reflecting as opposed to building and creating. It’s important to keep the Release Ratio at a sustainable level, and I knew that I needed to refuel the tank to keep things fresh. I hope you’re keeping things balanced on your end too.

With that said, I am still working on a few exciting things, one of which is another long-form post. I’m frequently asked about my creative process, so I decided to finally distill it into something concrete. It turns out I have a lot to say when it comes to creativity and storytelling, and I think you’ll find it useful. Since you receive this newsletter, you’ll be notified when it’s up later this month.

Additionally, I’ve replied back to everyone who provided feedback to these three questions I sent a few weeks ago. There was so much insightful stuff, and I’m grateful for everyone’s input. I have a clearer direction of where I want to take things, and I'm excited to see where this endeavor goes. If you haven’t shared your thoughts but would like to do so, it’s not too late. My inbox is open.

All right. Let’s get into some things I wanted to share with you this week.
New More To That Post

Silence is a powerful language. It lacks any phonetic structure, but the way we use it reveals more about ourselves than even words can.

I want to briefly discuss our relationship with silence, and how we need to be aware of its most destructive form:
A Reflection-Worthy Quote

"Quiet people have the loudest minds."

-Stephen Hawking
A Thought I've Been Pondering

Silence is often interpreted as the space that lives between what is spoken. The moments of rest that punctuate a noisy world.

The reality, however, is that silence is the default state of the universe. We only interpret it as something temporary because we have adapted to a world where noise has become the new normal.

When you find yourself embracing a moment of silence, remember that you are not taking a break from the world.

You are making a brief return to what actually is.
Thanks for reading, and have a great week!

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