by Zoe Genoud
What would you think if I told you that all crises are beginnings of something new that will make sense in the end?
It is usually hard to believe this at the beginning of the crisis, since we can’t see anything other than the problem, and how we feel about it; which is usually not a great feeling. How often does one have a major crisis? Without these, we do not grow, because those crises are what make us realize that at the end of the day we are what we think we are: nothing less and nothing more, a validity that at the end of the day is completely created by you. When designing it is important to leave all emotional blockage behind, to let that creation and imagination flow into something tangible, let yourself be carried away like a child, as if nothing else in the world matters; pure vulnerability when designing is what, at the end of the day. takes you to peak moments of pure happiness.