Sure, its daunting but it’s not the end of the world — there is no reason why introverts need to bring and share their
fabulousness introversive state to meet clients. Leave them at home, preferably in the microwave or the freezer.
We can always get comfy and chill with our shrouds later once we’re back from work — assuming we remembered where we stashed them. Well, we actually do but for the sake of the colour on imagery, superfluous bytes though unnecessary make for thinking time when readers ponder.
The space before the next para is the slight wave or breeze one encounters on a very warm Summer day.
Although Summer may not be ideal to re-ignite a love affair, its great for a series of fur photo shoots in Alexandria, or filming in Pangkor — the mauve in the skies paint for a blissful movie, or two. Yes darlings, these are hints from keen observations of places people visit but rarely see.
Did you know the electric bluish-purple of Paris’ skies just before Autumn is deep and royal?
Why these two places, instead of say, the bookshelves, or the trinkets cupboard and how it journeyed from a village somewhere in Bali where someone’s great paternal grandmother left her jewels and why we can’t get rid off because its a conversational piece of detritus history, a tad sentimental but meant nothing and just a figment in the story, like a pause when you press the pedals on the piano, or that interspace of silence where angels are reported to have met after a kiss …
Microwave uses a technology which leapt the mundane veiled world a notch higher in the late seventies; and the freezer when some twit decided to sell ice to the Eskimos. Now to disrupt the flow, you have to create knots to harbour that flow, like anchoring the ISS at a specific space-time continuum.
And the billion dollar question was?
Elements one would consider in the next series of terrestrial innovations would include, but not limited to … husks (yes, from coconuts), caoutchouc (from Hevea), lava (from volcanoes); spray-on surface broadvision with satellite beam-access; design ideas from alulæ (from flies); natural-made candies from organic fruit juices; soundproofing with cork layerings, or if going frugal with recycled biopapier-mâché; tattoo-embedded waterproof nanotags inks as passports to keep golems in check instead of branding, similar to RFID; solar batteries with nano capacities; remote controlled industrial-grade luggages; solar or air-powered floatation devices; air powered cars; ultra thin projected workstations; tactile tablet-workstations with bells and whistles embedded not as an additional carry-alls ; FiR-intelligent body wear for health modulation; food wafers similar to Manna with nutritional essences, etcétéra.
The New World has no need for such enticements, as the frequencies are higher. The New World being spiritual, it itself is the future. As to how Tellurians consider their present current-fluid state, the New World’s non-fluid state is future based as in all forms are frequencies and template based — hence the requisiteness of turning the frequency and states of fire into light.
I cannot repeat this enough.
The mass-murdering of honeybees and golden chrysina were seriously the biggest mistake the Tellurians could ever make apart from nuking the Oceans — the imbalance in the template started there, and unless these two re-germinate, or are cultivated; the old world will have to make do with exiguities even if they are flowing with fiat in every corner of the seas.
Until the old world realises the essence of water it has no veto on social, cultural or national conscience.
When birds, bees and beetles are cleared off the surface of Earth, count the days; when water is abundant yet there’s not a drop to drink, count the hours; when the creatures of the elements cease to be, count the breaths. Even the Tempter will tremble, as the earth when it caves in swallowing everything above it.
As I was saying … I was a haute couture mannequin in the eighties.
Not everything in high fashion modelling is about looking pretty, and perky although that would help gain leverage as you put your feet through the doors, during castings. There are days when you just want to rip your booker because he’s such a pain, or when the world seems too nervine.
I learnt a lot in Paris.
I learnt that boys only want one thing. Coffee. But its best to give those at the cafés or they’ll accuse you of bewitching them. I also learnt that the world is battling their own monsters and everyone has a dark side even if they don’t show their spitefulness in public. Whilst we learn how to deal with our issues internally, most of them do it externally and that is to your advantage — you know their weaknesses on the spot.
And you know how to cripple these minions in an instant, with your bitch-face. So flaunt it sweeties like Audrey did.
Remember when dealing with the world, it is never about you. Ever. Its about the dresses, the designers, the photographers, and the clients. Its about them craving for attention.
Your attention. You have the upper hand. Always.
In modelling, you cannot get personal unless someone starts being mean, like hiding your shoes, the clothes or some silly things immature extroverts do to garner attention, or pretending to be pals only to bitch about you behind your back.
Its a vicious industry. Very. No one is there to be friends with you. Nobody knows how.
They wear so many masks even their real mugs ofttimes are masks. Of course if you feel like getting physical by slapping them for being idiots, I bet they’ll not even feel it. There are other ways of getting even. And you are smarter. Always.
This thing about introversion is that it is part the nature of being perfected. Or rather the journey to perfection — the Renaissance Psyche. Too bad the extroverts have to poke fun, where do they internalise themselves in search of insights? In goldfish bowls?
Modelling taught me amongst others, how to wear a mask and not get personal. Its like going to the Ascott and reading the audience as they are. I’d be blunt but I know many will be vexed reading it when intellection is spared, and I’m not here for that. As an introvert, it also taught me that meeting people not on the same wavelength as one is, is not a challenge. What we must remember is that these humans are just that — humans. Introverts are the Keepers of the Book. Of the world’s darkness … one of the many reasons as to why the old world still grope at figuring how to replicate the fractal without showing their true state of hunger; and why some no longer entertain the idea of watching or reading subliminal trash in collective government propaganda controlled media agencies all because one of us say so, or they can’t internalise issues besetting them.
As for the Alstom issue, Paris and Europe would need to rethink and work on alternative renewable energies. To gain foothold and control of Paris was the idea behind why America wants it so badly.
Apres avoir vu la Lumière, on ne retourne pas dans les Ténèbres — Loric Bouyer
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