Being open doesn’t mean vulnerability.
Being open doesn’t mean vulnerability. This adviarter took brown to start to decorate the shell since brown is a strong color. The shell was picked due to the hole in it–symbolizing how being open within a shell requires an ability to appreciate light. The advice is written on both sides of the shell. Turquoise green is used as a secondary favorite color–calming and yet connected to the brown. Being open minded is important in any situation but being open doesn’t mean that you are being vulnerable.
Vulnerable is a strong word to me. Who wants to be vulnerable? It is never the end destination of intent but often ends up happening. Can we be open if we aren’t vulnerable? Do the two ideas go hand in hand? How can we strive to be more open each day? Is it life that makes us feel more vulnerable or are we vulnerable by definition?
xoxo Gypsy Tornado