Don’t worry. I’m not giving up writing my blog, I need somewhere to let ideas trickle out into the world on an infrequent basis and document my somewhat frustrating relationship with life.
Yesterday Russell Davies words about endings rattled around in my head as I was listening to Clogs (ft Matt Beringer) sing about this being their “last song”.
The internet means never having to say “The End”. Though, of course, that sense of endlessness is just as illusionary on the web as it is everywhere else. […] So maybe as our experience of digital life matures we need to write more endings.
I got to thinking about Lasts:
If you knew your last words were going to be your last words you’d choose carefully. Same for last conversations, events etc. You’d want them to be extra special.
If this were my last blog post I’d want it to be a corker.
I’m not trying to be morbid or death obsessed (again) but just considering various angles on this idea.
What if you had only one blog post left, one tweet, one conversation, one festival?
Like the Wise Sage Davies says… endings are important.