Violin Adventures and Experiments
Tallulah Kidd is a "Renegade Anthropologist" fascinated with alternative lifestyles, cultures, and subcultures. She is most passionate about infiltrating the fabric of human lifestyle and examining the evolution of our societies, and how we can use this knowledge and process to better the future. She is the founder of "Renegade Change," a site dedicated to the people and experiences that contribute to positive change. She also documents her own life openly and honestly, inviting people on her continuing journey toward self-awareness in hopes of inspiring others.
Tallulah Kidd is also an excellent resume writer, who prides herself on her ability to adequately represent people well on paper. She has an intuitive knack for seeing the full picture of a person's attributes and qualifications, in order to "sell" them genuinely and professionally. She has a solid track record, with 99% of her resumes leading to interviews and jobs. Some of her clients have moved on to live their dreams, after using their revamped resume.
Violin Adventures and Experiments
I've been converted to Burnism. Words that will be repeated often during this post: Magical, amazing, beautiful, overwhelmed. I have my thesaurus tab open so I'll see if I can come up with more adjectives to describe this.
In October of 2012 a phenomenon occurred in Los Angeles, CA. A Space Shuttle hit the streets of Inglewood. I don't want to tell you about the details of this magnificent parade, nor do I want to explain how utterly amazing and intense it was to witness such an event.
Every now and then I like to resurrect one of my favorite topics: Polyamory. As a person with an abundance of love to give, I still can not understand why human beings are striving to own each other, especially in a time when we are all so connected and the possibilities are endless.
Scroll to the bottom to watch the Videos of me enduring a whipping/flogging while playing Violin at The Writer's Room in Hollywood** She serenades the soul within while leather fingers feed the twisted appetites- Somewhere in the Big Nowhere. Toledo Diamond said it best above, with his perfectly chosen words.
On the Summer Solstice Supermoon of June 23rd, 2013, I went through a Rite of passage ritual. I was suspended by my flesh in the air, and I played violin while doing it. It was truly painful, but also liberating and mind-expanding.
I believe the most important thing a human can do in this increasingly complicated world, is to be unafraid to reveal their selves and their truth. It takes incredible courage to face the self and expose it to the masses, or even to just a single human being.
The experience I had haunting the Queen Mary's Dark Harbor event was amazing on so many levels. What started out as a fun way to celebrate Halloween and all things gore, ended up as a meaningful, spiritual experience that will stay with me forever. Allow me to elaborate.
These Portraits are stunning, vivid, and haunting. It amazes me how diverse human beings are, yet still so similar. Look at the physical appearance of any human in any corner of the world, and you will see a plethora of colors, styles, ensembles, face shapes, hair textures, and adornments.
'The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.' - Socrates If all the energy and emotion people spent on politics and religion were spent actually connecting with and helping their fellow human beings, the world would be a better place.