Here’s a heads up on what the Light-On-Light project is setting out to do. Up next I’ll be releasing an interview done in Istanbul with a photographer who works closely with Syrian refugees. Then every week they’ll be another feature article based on an interesting individual whose work or life lessons I find enlightening.
For many, modern life is a perpetual halfway point, a cash strapped twilight between the great potential of their dreams and a slightly greater apathy to attain them.
This project is to explore through articles and videography those who offer the world hope through their actions or hope through the lessons learned on their journey.
Light on light is a project to explore and celebrate the uncelebrated and learn through a wide range of personal interviews about unsung heroes, survival stories, life lessons and understanding challenges which — however unique to the individual — will speak to our collective experience of life.
I believe everyone has a lesson to share on their journey and that the simple act of taking time to ask about it and listen to another soul on a profound and purposeful level creates value in itself, the intrinsic worth of feeling appreciated, listened to and noticed…
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