The CO wrote:Flower, welcome to decompression.
Talk to your local burner community. If you don't have one, start one.
If you can't start one, look at the ways that you personally can spread what YOU love about BRC around your community. As simple as complimenting everyone you meet up to making awesome art because you can... no other reason.
Take what you love about Burning Man, and spread it around wherever you live.
Plus, you have 51 weeks to plan for NEXT YEAR!
joy_rider wrote:AT BM, I realized that...
In life, if you have a "giving" attitude, you will receive good things.
"Giving" doesn't always mean material things... it can be a friendly demeanor, capacity to love, ability to see beauty in the mundane...
My goal is to keep "gifting" post BM... whether it's being a good friend, a hard-worker, etc... BM has inspired me to be a more giving person.
flower_2011 wrote:Thanks for your advice! I appreciate it. Great idea...I will find my local burner community or start one. It would be great to be around other burners. You're absolutely right - I will spread my new-found gifts to others in every way that I can. Believe me I'm already thinking of next year - in fact I can't stop
CapSmashy wrote:And thank you for being one of those that helps to rejuvenate the jaded burner veterans. I can feel the bubbly excitement and beaming grin plastered from ear to ear all the way over here.
The CO wrote:CapSmashy wrote:And thank you for being one of those that helps to rejuvenate the jaded burner veterans. I can feel the bubbly excitement and beaming grin plastered from ear to ear all the way over here.
I saw the burn from several new sets of eyes from the birgins in our camp. It truly makes ones soul sing to be able to share that with people.
That reminds me, I need to get those eyeballs back to the organ donor department....
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