Why art matters in the vastness of life

Even though I’m mostly optimistic and think a lot matters in life, I do often remind myself that we are all human, the vast galaxy and the outer reaches of space probably doesn’t care about us and there’s probably no creator watching us and there’s no afterlife, so make the most of yourself here on earth cause this is it. Of course, I could go through life by just giving up on all my films and writing, I know deep down that my creativity is one day going to be forgotten or if I’m lucky someone will read or watch my stuff and like it. However, in order to deal with the bleakness of these facts, I have to do things that matter to me even though I don’t matter in the big picture. However, I’m not entirely sad about it-because scientifically speaking it’s a theory that makes sense. Why would ONE human matter over the rest? All of our biologies is mostly the same. It is odd to think that I almost died several times when I was a baby due to health complications, and to think that one day I’m just gonna die anyway. Kinda ironic really.

Sure it’s a rat race out there and we are just a drop in a vast ocean, but I think being creative and being showing yourself to as many as you can is better than just submitting to these ideas and let them run your life.
Why not create things and enjoy life while we can? It may not matter in the vast cosmos and it may not matter to other people, but why curl up in a ball and give up? I’m not a great writer, I’m no unique filmmaker, I kinda suck at singing-BUT I wanna be happy and I wanna create and like it or not, people do enjoy art. I don’t care whether people watch or read my stuff in the long run (no matter how thankful I am for support) I’m creating things for me. I’m going to do it whether it matters in the vastness of life or not, and I urge other artists to do the same, we have one life to live let’s enjoy it. That’s the beauty of life in my eyes. We get one chance to show others who we are and what ideas we have, let’s bask in the beauty of life and take it for what it is before we die.


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