Now I realize how much of our art is supressed by the lack of our time. I mean, is it really possible to keep the artistic eye and all those visions and crazy projects in our heads (if you're an artist you know what I mean) when you barely got the time to think what you're gonna do after the job? Life can't be restrained to that, and I think either I am passing though a creative void that will vanish when I'll not work in two places and still study, or my artistic vein just ran dry. It's not like the old days when I got my camera and started shooting things just for the heart of it.
Maybe it's time to have a little more time. Maybe I'll give up the artistic life and die in an office.
Maybe I'll buy me a new camera.
Yeah, I think that will sort things out.
Listening to: Boney M - Rivers of Babylon (inside my head)