Colossal: (adj) extremely large
When do things become so colossal that small starts looking big?
Think about it.
If you keep growing expectation and projects to outdo previous endeavors, not only are you making the marketplace insensitive to the joy of simplicity, but you’re also taking immense amounts of money and energy to trump others, when in the long run, the population is unimpressed.
One of the perfect examples of this is that Hollywood may make a movie for a hundred million dollars and sell a million tickets at the box office, while Sandy in Mt. Gilead, Ohio, will grab her phone and shoot her cat playing with a ball of string and have two million views.
Somewhere along the line, we have to get back to the notion that human beings need quality experiences, not quantity that’s pawned off as significant.
There was an old song from long ago that had a lyric which proclaimed, “Little is much.”
I find that if I can simplify the beauty of life down to the germ of an idea and present its purity, it has a much better chance of being well-received than some over-blown, colossal effort which hides the intimacy behind singing, dancing, explosions and Transformers.