I've been having a lot of fun learning how to create videos, lately. I'm fascinated by story and how EVERY person's story is powerful and significant in the scheme of Eternity.
I am playing around with how to tell stories, how to share pieces of awareness and experience through the camera. It's a challenge! Mixing technology with vision is a complicated process for me.
For all the learning, it's amazing how the outcome can still be so weak for so long... it seems our hands need more time to work out what our mind has grasped for a while. Ah well, I'm so very enjoying sharing bits of our story on Youtube.
I'm fascinated by this learning process, because this is how I see my children learning as well: one fumbling step at a time, but willing to be exposed in the process. Children are so brave this way. I, however, often hang back creatively, for fear of failure. Now, I'm understanding that it's in the very act of *putting yourself out there* that forces massive growth that nothing else does.
How are you putting yourself out there creatively? Where are you stretching?