Hobo Traveler, Andy Is a Waste of Time
Writing is meant to be oblique, and clarifying, and videos can also be oblique, and clarifying. However, for the author, writer, or videographer, we are also often fishing for who is having a moment, a meeting of the minds, who is on the same page? One great thing about public speaking, we can see the eyes, the body language. Comments are the eyes of readers, they eyes of viewers, and I believe good writers, and videographers are looking at the eyes. We know an honest critic, is more important than money, we are reflected off the intelligence. Maybe, my worst fear is that the slowest of the slow appreciate my video, and the smartest ignore. And, of course in life, we all believe we are the smartest dog in the pack. Yet, for me, I weigh the value of video by who, not by how many.
People get stuck in a static lifestyle and they think that is reality. Life is full of change. When one travels, the change is constant and one learns to adapt to a changing environment. So traveling teaches one how to live in the real world.
Nowadays it seems that people use their cellphones to entertain themselves. Instead of being in the present moment, people must text someone who is far away. I can not understand this. Why do people need to be constantly communicating with others?
What you said about making money effortlessly through being organized reminds me of the teachings of the Tao Te Ching. Instead of trying to always doing things forcefully through direct action, it teaches doing things effortlessly through non-action (indirect action).