EDITOR’S LETTER – ISSUE 8

by • June 10, 2013 • Editor's DeskComments (1)2796


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Satisfaction is a terrible thing to waste. I embrace satisfied living; I encourage and inspire it in others. Do not only what makes you happy but also what can make as many other people you entangle happy. If you are either selfish in this notion of satisfied living, or worse, worry about those who run/duck/hide from evangelizing it, you will lose it, and these distractions of greed will overwhelm your life.

Blame is lazy. We all do it. However, when we do accept our own fault and weakness, calm sets in as we experience the consequences. Separating the chaos from purpose (or reason from fault) is something that doesn’t come without struggle and mistake. There is always the opportunity for the illusion of control. Only a few will see it and a smaller number seize it. Identifying and feeling inspired by the resources of considerable individuals keeps you conscious. You are going to want to be conscious for this.

Throughout this undertaking, one of the most advantageous ways to deal with the issue of identifying necessary lessons is to become a bulldozer. Try not to allow anything to interfere with your master plan. Trust yourself. And yes, it is true, without proper focus, you may miss a key lesson or amazing experience. And knowing that you can’t prepare for everything will help to keep you humble. Some bumps in the road will affect even the most utilitarian of vehicles. In the end, however, your belief and persistence really are the only things setting you a part in this circumstance called life. Most will quit in their attempts after the first few hurdles. Nothing of merit comes without many a sacrifice.

Don’t let anything interfere with your higher education. Always learning and being able to identify the distractions from the lessons is an integral function in the journey to success. We document this journey and the travelers getting tied up along the way. We can’t wait to meet you down the road to document your adventures.

WORDS: KYLE KOFSKY
PHOTSO: ALEX BROWNE & MAX POWER

CLOTHING ON ALEX & KYLE: MAGPIE

HAIR & MUA: LEXY ROBIDOUX & NATALIE SHEMUEL

SUV PRESENTED BY: UBER
CAMERAS BY: LOMOGRAPHY

FROM LEFT: CRISTINA ARCE, ISAAC ZELUNKA, MAXIME BELLEMARE, JOE SWALLOW
MARK TYM, SASS FRASER, ALEX BROWNE, KYLE KOFSKY, MORDECAI, MAX POWER
JUAN MENDEZ & JILL LERNER

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  1. Kyle says:

    This is great!

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