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when you use your creativity as a gift

Would you spend 6 hours writing your answers to intensely personal questions such as, “What experiences are you numb to? What experiences deeply affect you? What do you find attractive in a lover? Describe your relationship to death, money, drugs and alcohol,” so a group of strangers could obsess over your responses in order to create a transformative experience just for you? Maybe you’d do it if you trusted that they wouldn’t share the intimate details of your life publicly. Maybe you’d do it if you believed that they’d approach the design process with empathy and care. And if they genuinely wished you well. Maybe you’d do it if you knew they intended to use their creativity to give you a gift.

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