A great designer once said:
We might think typography is black and white; but it’s actually white.
It’s not even black – it’s the space between the blacks that really makes it.
What he meant was the space between elements are more important to the whole equation of design.
I think a relationship is the same.
Spending time apart from my family recently helped me realise, no, solidify its importance.
I was chatting with my dad this afternoon and he asked how I’m coping with bachelor’s life.
I thought it’s more like a widower’s life.
Since becoming a father I realised days are long, but years are short.