This blog prompt is coming in a little late but better late than never. The blog I am writing on is the one asking what we would do if we were released of the constraints of the architecture school. I've sat on this question for a little while now and I'm still not quite sure on how to answer it. I have gone through a number of things that I might consider doing having been freed of any "constraints" but nothing has really sparked in my mind. Then it occurred to me that maybe this question isn't just a blog prompt for me but is really saying something about me. Maybe the fact that I cannot simply answer this question is an answer in its own. But the problem is what is my inability to answer this question actually saying about me?
Now I am by no means any good at interpreting deep questions and the like. Maybe it means I still have to find myself because I am not sure what I would truly want to do if I were free to express myself how I'd like but again, this deep thinking is not so much for me.
The next question seems to be where do I go from here? If I don't know what it is that I want then how do I find it. No, I do not need to go on some enlightening retreat that finds the inner me (yuck). It appears as of right now I should not have an answer but it should simply be food for thought. Maybe I should just keep that question of "what do I really want to do?" in the back of my mind just so as I'm aware of it. I guess the only real answer I can give to myself is that I just need to keep looking.
I wonder now about how this relates to me as an architecture student. Is this saying a lot or nothing at all? All of a sudden this blog prompt has turned into a barrage of questions of which I can answer none. Maybe, just maybe some little bird will fly by one of these days and tell me but until that happens I suppose my search continues.