Time travel.


This title is misleading. Allow me to clarify: even though I’d love to be able tell you my thoughts on the feasibility of time travel and wax lyrical on Einstein’s theory of relativity, unfortunately I don’t know nearly enough to even approach the topic, let alone formulate an opinion. Sadly this musing is not about time travel in the usual sense, but rather about the intersection of two minds on different timelines.

I am a first class surfer of the web, blog sourer and opinion assimilator.  I love to read (seemingly) random articles on just about any topic and I do so with vigor and enthusiasm. What I find quite interesting is the connection that I form with some of these writers, even though I have had no interaction with them at all.  There has been more than one occasion where I have found myself tearing up at my desk from a particularly touching article. I feel their pain, relish in their accomplishments and devour their beautiful turn of phrase- and for a singular moment my thoughts align with theirs at the time that they were writing. For a singular moment I am connected to them; my present with their past and in that singular moment I am able to travel to the very point in time that the writer was putting pen to paper, finger to keyboard. And therein lies my thought on time travel, posted into ether for you to use/ disregard as you see fit.


About vocationalgirl

I am a strategic planner, neurotic wordsmith and art lover with a penchant for anything digital- my forte being digital marketing. I love that this field encompasses both creativity as well as a thorough understanding of data analytics- it is a true social science that bases company revenue on modeling client behavior in the online space, looking at means to optimize conversion and effectively modifying behavior. I am a perpetual executive student, and am currently in the midst of completing my MBA at the top rated business university in Africa (GIBS). My academic interests include: Increasing social mobility in emerging markets through technology. The ekphrasic relationship between abstract expressionist art and poetry. French feminist theory and its applications for women working in male gendered roles. Skills: Digital strategic planning Conversion optimization Web Analytics Digital media strategy Project management Writing and editing
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