I want to evolve this website to something more than just a blog.

A website that is deeply personal yet it’s not about me.
A website that is about forming relationships, removing barriers, breaking taboos.
A website that raises awareness to issues that trouble me.
A website that recognises contributions made by others and elevates them.
A website that helps people make sense of their lives and deal with their struggles.
A website that brings your attention to people in need.
A website that is connected to other people through the vastness of the World Wide Web.
A website of what it means to be human.

I also want a website that can outlive me. That can be used for historical purposes, for people to look back and understand what life was like in the late 20th century, early 21st. A digital cave if you like. Full of footprints, drawings, sounds, videos.

For the past few days, I have started working towards making a website like this. It is still in its infancy but there is enough to share.

Welcome to my life.

What is this website?

This is a personal website, at the outskirts of the web, away from social media and publishing platforms. This website surfaces social, racial, economic traits and explores human relationships. It highlights the conditions that contribute to one's personal success or downfall. It shares stories that act as a reminder that life is messy, complex, nuanced, diverse. It aims to bring the world closer together. It reaches out to those that feel lost, lonely, inadequate and outcasts. I am with you.