What could be better than Juju supply? Not to mention, it’s always just so hard to figure out what to buy somebody who is going through any type of intense personal struggle, because you never know what’s appropriate, what they need, what they want, and what they can actually use. You don’t really want to drive tension to the fact that they are struggling, but ignoring it also seems like a really careless and Mindless approach to the situation. I empathize with anyone who is struggling with this, and I sympathize with anybody who is on the receiving end of these gifts that make them uncomfortable because of their acknowledgement or lack thereof of the condition that they are currently in. This is one of the most interesting part about being sick, I find, is that all these little things that used to be so simple now become full of tension and conflict in difficulty. It is difficult intense because people don’t know how to approach the subject in conversation, let alone in buying you a gift. So, when this happened to me, I learned a lot, and it is the same as the people who founded Juju, and amazing woman, who bear basically survived cancer for a second time, left the hospital, and started to move her plan into action. This Woman’s plan was a simple one, to create a line of Jewelry & Gifts, charms, symbols, amethyst, crystals, and all sorts of things like this, that are specifically meant for people who are in the depths of a medical struggle, whether that is their physical health or their emotional health. Obviously, it was created by a cancer survivor, so physical health has a big part of it, but it is also knowing that these gifts are perfect for people who are struggling from things like the depression.
A lot of people will point to the amount of specificity that you can engage with when you’re using a DSLR, switching lenses and things like that. I agree that that is a massive benefit, but it’s definitely not one that everyone can afford. In fact, not even a smartphone or a mobile devices a luxury that everyone can afford, but I think that it would be more of an achievable goal to say that we want to get cell phones with photography filters and apps, rather than cameras and photography gear. At this point, I think this is just the more realistic and pragmatic approach, with a more utilitarian purpose, and more of a chance of achieving that goal. But, that is also just my opinion on the matter, certainly not fact. Look, I’m not sure what to do with this information either, things have changed in the continued to change fast. However, I don’t think that objecting to this progress would be a good idea. I think the photography is a great resource for people, on a personal and professional level, and I think that creating more apps and things like that is a really good idea. If you are not using photography apps, I really suggest that you give it a shot. There are lots of fun, and they provide a lot of benefit for a lot of people. I mean, why not? Your cell phone has a great camera on it, if it is any camera that has been made in the last couple of years, at least. And, sites like Instagram allow you to publish these and share them in a way that integrates with your social media branding and personality. That’s my current view on modern Photography today.