365 New Movements.
Throughout this world, lives are lived as though there were no other way. This is the truth. Some cultures of people don't know what is beyond their own. Pros and cons to both lead different people down the path to find something to what their life is going to be. Different people face different conflict, opposition and capabilities. Shown in the slides from class, different people face different geographical difficulty due to their inhabited land. They learn to live through and go day to day. Because they know no different. They don't know about the people miles and miles below them driving Aston Martins and staying at the Hyatt Palace while they cling to the cliff tops.
Man, Isn't that Bond car awesome? That would be the life, and then the second picture would not. Different people face these different aspects of their lives. I have different dilemmas and successes from others. I was all state in soccer and pole vaulting, also am a competitive wake-boarder in the summers. I have had 2 surgeries on my knees and a third this coming spring break. These have been critically effective of me because it limited my success in those areas. I have been given a chance at wakeboarding and have found it my home for living on a lake. (Note. blog entry H20)
The built environments has played a role in every aspect of my life. Being percicely correct in calculating my rotation on the wakeboard to not over-rotate or under-rotate is a sort of framework that effects me. These rotations that come back to the original can be seen as a clockwork. A clockwork of my life is my summers. I wake up early and go to my job, work for 8 or so hours, then come back and go on the boat. All followed by the next symmetric day. How my life is effected by oppositions, in relation to man and physical nature is when my parents say I can not go on the lake because I have to clean my room. Or, when it is thunder and lightening outside, it prohibits me from both work and play, because I work underwater and play ontop. Gravity holds me to this earth but sometimes...
I defy gravity.
I don't really experience the problems through phenomena's because I lead a pretty privileged life in America. I can understand how many things can be effected through different aspects of frameworks and clockworks as they co-relate and reconnect with their beginnings, if you build up, the world wants to rip it down to the ground. This can turn to a phenomena that is ever present with gravity and natural elements.
The Baraka movie we started to watch on Tuesday was very cool. It was neat to see different people adapt do different elemental problems and barriers and turn them into their way of life that actually stabilizes them. The people who irrigated the entire sides of mountains in order to grow their food in, or the monkeys that bath and bask in the heated pools high in the cold mountains. These places would seem inhabitable, but they manage through the frameworks and clockworks, without strain from phenomena and working through oppositions. This way of life is almost coveted by me. It is so cool to see these ways of lives. But wakeboarding and my new 24" rims keeps me in close proximity to my own way of life.