This post is so long that it feels like it’s about to be posted for awhile, but it does. It’s time to write a post on self-aware creativity and create an action plan that will be shared with the community before it is posted.
I am sure you’ve heard the phrase “simbu anirudh.” It means “creative destruction.” It is usually a term commonly used to describe the activity of a person who destroys something that is not theirs to destroy. The point of this post, as with most, is to share a little bit about myself and what I feel is the core of being self-aware.
I am a self-aware person. But in order to be self-aware you have to first be aware of yourself. It is only when you are aware of yourself that you can be aware of anything else. That’s why in this post I will share with you some of my personal stories of creativity and self-awareness.
Most of my life I have had my life’s work in mind. I was born in a small town in India. I had a successful career as a commercial artist and I was also successful in many other fields. I had a beautiful family, and I was a part of a large, extended family. I was also involved in all sorts of different things. I had a wonderful marriage with my wife and we had two beautiful kids. This was the good life.
I was also able to set myself up for the life. I had so many opportunities in my life and I was able to use them all. But there were also times when I was so consumed by these opportunities that I didn’t have much time for either myself or my family. My wife and I had so many kids. My wife was only 25 when I met her. She had never known a man before, and she has been single for almost two years.
In this video we’re taking some time out for ourselves to actually love each other.
Simbu is an Indian comedian and actor who has been working in the Hindi film industry for the past 30 years. His most successful films include ‘Ekti Aag’ (2003), ‘Khelo’ (2004), ‘Bharat Ek Dikha Ke’ (2009), ‘Aasha’ (2012), and ‘Munth’ (2015). In addition to his many movies, he also has a successful stage show called ‘Simbu Bhai Jani’.
The only thing I thought of was that I’d probably come up with a short movie called Deathloop, but I never did. Maybe I’ll make the same movie and use it to tell the story of how the story of death is supposed to unfold in the new world of the future.
A couple of people had said, “I don’t care if it’s a 3D or a 3D film” and I said, “No, it’s just a 2D film.
Deathloop is a 2D story. That’s right, a 2D film about death. Well, yes, there are a couple of 3D effects, but this is a 2D film, so there is no 3D. The movie is going to be made entirely in 2D, and its going to be filmed in a very low-poly style. This is a shame though because I really wanted to see how this movie looked like.