Saturday, December 3, 2011

The Higher Ground

I started this blog with a lot of heart. I love DJing and whenever I would share my experiences from the DJ booth, I would feel a strong sense of gratitude. I would realize how privileged I am. I am so lucky to be able to have a career that evolves around the single thing in life that I love the most: music.

This blog became a haven for me. A safe space for me to express my passion in life. This blog was just something that I did for myself. It was never about making it successful or being competitive. I was and still am and always will be doing it for the love. Not just blogging, but DJing too. I have been so busy lately that I didn't even realize that my domain had expired. Within 1 day after it expired someobody actually bought it!

It's devastating to see my blog come up on google searches and have it go to someone else's website. What kind of person would do that? Someone who preys on the passion and heart I have put into this. Someone who wants me to pay a high price to take it back from them. I have decided what I am going to do, but out of complete paranoia I am not going to share it, until it's done.

No matter what, the path I have chosen will reflect all of my values. People can be greedy or competitive, but they won't bring that out of me. I do believe love conquers all and all the love I have for this blog will supersede anyone's tasteless tactics and pointless greed.

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