‘Forget about shopping, make room for imagination’

After all these intense long travel journeys. It’s time to home… so another long journey. Everytime I leave for London or for Hong Kong, the luggage allowance is always the annoying bit— check-in phobia.

I just have no idea… how come I’ve got this many things to carry with…

I know my luggage hates me a lot.
I can tell this must be my luggage’s voice.
Murmuring to me, 
”Forget about shopping, make room for imagination.”

I am not a collector myself. I am just used to buy things I like and they accumulated themselves. And I used to believe the outfit is an inaudible statement for myself and the way I put up my room is a display of my awareness (globally or culturally.)

But this is not working out well.

My personality and awareness aren’t shaped by the 90s  electric blue jacket from Brick Lane market or the tailored smarty coat or those cult film DVDs on my shelf…

And 1 Peter said,
”Your beauty should not come from outward adornment, such as braided hair and the wearing of gold jewelry and fine clothes. Instead, it should be that of your inner self, the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is of great worth in God’s sight.”

I want to imagine a new world with beautiful people. A moment in time without the cliche senselessness of what is considered beautiful— but with people being genuine and telling me in their own way their own inspiring stories.

All things bright and beautiful. The Lord God made them all.

And somehow I just be inspired and  happened to do design.  

My luggage of imagination — it’s overweighted again…


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