Thursday, June 23, 2011


I wonder if we all have a little tinker bell in us. A part of us that dies without applause? Maybe that is what is meant by the walking dead? People who haven’t done anything applause worthy in a while just kind fade away. Goal for the week do something applause worthy.

Tinkerbell is an interesting concept kind of a self serving cheap trick to involve a character in your play for children that needs applause it will die but I remember seeing it as a child and clapping my ass off. I also understand the value of it as an adult, there is power in feeling needed in feeling useful in getting appreciated or recognized for being needed and useful, that when it is missing causes a piece of you to die.

1 comment:

Mags said...

I've never thought of it as having a piece of you dying, but it certainly makes sense. Feeling useless is one of the worst feelings ever.