The Chronicles section is our free-form space for individuals to share their personal journeys. We hope these essays inspire you to see and approach the world differently through contributors who have strayed from the beaten path.
Dive into Tree’s life as a dreamer through her eclectic, evocative aesthetic in her short film, DREAM BABY DREAM.
I’ve learned to recognize Enough-ness. When I’m silent with the world, seeing something you never could in a city—an ocean, a mountain glacier, a vast desert—a column of air rises in me and comes out in total contentment, and this breath is like a single word to the creation I’m seeing, which says more than all other words.
Many people say beauty needs us to elevate, but maybe we should just do the opposite to see it in any occasion, around us. What you see is always a mirror of your soul, so if beauty is in you, you can see it anywhere. That is how we could “create” beauty. Just by seeing it.
While charting my own destiny and inadvertently creating an alternative narrative for myself like my mother had long ago, I found that being a rebel isn’t just about breaking rules and taking risks. It’s about imagining the unseen and creating the unknown because there is a need for it to exist.