I love this daily prompt. (Lofty defined on Merriam-Webster’s site here.)
So apropos too. I was looking at lofts again recently. I absolutely love lofts – this alone I think makes me lofty in a sense. I find the vertical space delicious.
But also I have a lofty view of things. Like luxury, for example.
Usually luxury sounds expensive. And from some perspectives, it is. But not always in the way we imagine.
Playful art curators who challenge the iciness – or loftiness – that has intimidated me at least – of the art world. I was curious about studying art therapy and performing arts, art curation – but I felt I was not … lofty enough, you could say.
But maybe I am. Maybe it doesn’t matter.
“In the land of plenty, luxury isn’t defined by opulence or excess. Luxury is the ability to make up your own rules.” – Massimiliano Gioni
Le luxe, ce n’est pas le contraire de la pauvreté mais celui de la vulgarité.
“Some people think luxury is the opposite of poverty. It is not. It is the opposite of vulgarity.”
According to Thesaurus.com the antonym for vulgarity is politeness, decorum, restraint.
Feeling lofty still? I could imagine myself with my chia coconut luxurious coffee in one of these coolest lofts ever.
Care to join me?