On one of my trips to Hawaiʻi, Dan and I climbed up to the top of Diamond Head Crater. The view was fantastic, an overview not able to be had from down below. Whenever I have been to Hawaiʻi, I have taken hundreds of photos. When I view the photos later I sometimes have the experience of remembering what that photo does not show, what was just outside of the frame, what was there but was left out.
When we use a camera we view the world through how we frame it. In living Life, how we frame it often becomes how we view it. Western culture has framed the world and life into artificial segments which lose an overview of the whole: Secular vs Sacred, Independence vs. Interdependence, Work vs Play.
What I pick up about Hawaiian culture…
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