The way I see it, we (all humans that have ever existed) are living out universal contexts that contain adapting content. The pursuit of knowledge, falling in love, finding your self, and joining together as one with all living things are contextual themes that each historical civilization has carried out in the content of their respective lives. There's a reason classic stories resonate within us: we're connected to our pasts and our futures through the timelessness of the human experience. Now the history books have arrived to us, here in 2015. It's our time, our lessons, our stories.
I'm currently a grad student at the School of Visual Arts in New York happily studying Design for Social Innovation. Before that I worked for Ogilvy in Saudi Arabia, before that I dedicated three post-college years to DJing in Las Cruces, NM and El Paso, TX. Before thaaat I wanted to be (and still do) an actor.
I now realize that my universal theme, the context molding all my content, whether it's designing a communication, performing in the theater, or creating vibes from the DJ booth, is a deep love for connecting with people.
I'm not a writer, but I am quite passionate about life and how we're all living it. I believe in the future of humanity (we're totally going to be telepathic someday) and I feel a shift taking place in our global culture. A shift, potentially, towards realizing our truest potential.
So that's where I'm coming from, that's my center.