Behind The Scenes: Baggage

Baggage started out life as an activity for a course on Coursera. It asked you to bring something to life and introduce it as a character in a story, and so that’s what happened; I gave baggage an identity, and not a very nice one. Baggage generally isn’t nice though, is it? We all hold on to things we’d be better letting go of; the question is how do we do that? I always say I have no regrets, and yet I do seem to be dragging around a huge amount of baggage, so perhaps these things are one and the same in some ways? I don’t know, this is an answer-free zone, I will only pose more questions and confuse you 😁



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