I love knowing how widespread Improvisational Comedy has become. I love that YouTube is filled with professional, independent, amateur, and hodgepodge groups of people getting together to create plain nonsense.
And I love that the concept of “Yes, And” has a place in mainstream conversation, business professionalism, and personal interaction.
I would like to help flush out this principle a bit and give any interested party an exercise that can be applied individually or as part of a group, whether alone in your house or surrounded by expensive suits.
I am inspired to comment on God. I am left wondering how my mind can continuously get in the way. I am perplexed at the vastness, and chosen mystery God adopts for His purposes. I am too abrupt and finite in my approach to life.
The image comes from the movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail. It is not my intellectual property. I borrowed it from the internet.
I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and I absolutely believe in God. Beyond that, I bear confidence that He truly exists. I say this humbly yet resolute. And believe you me, I understand the waves this can drudge up.
I’m not interested in arguing, convincing, or pressing an issue. Instead, and amidst the inevitable abundance of religious content in the world, I hope to provide a perspective and testimony to something I claim on my own and without threat or persuasion.
I have a stubborn outlook concerning pictures. I find them absolutely magical, but something to be pursued sparingly and with great attention and feeling. I believe in living in the moment first and foremost, and then should the connection be there, I’ll snap a photo.