We’ve often viewed ourselves are being computer-like at times, especially when information overload occurs, causing the definite need to SHUT DOWN, which we usually do by taking a nap. When we reboot, it’s usually with a clearer head.

Graphic designer Victoria Siemer, who often goes by the moniker Witchoria, has created Human Error, a series of emotional computer error messages that put such feelings as heartbreak and low self-esteem into easily recognizable forms.

Victoria Siemer
Victoria Siemer

…What is we could just delete the ideas that stop us from moving forward?

Victoria Siemer
Victoria Siemer

For most people we know, the occasional low-self esteem warning would be useful…

Victoria Siemer
Victoria Siemer

Check out more Human Error Messages here

via Laughing Squid

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2 replies on “What if? Human Error Messages on Your Screen

  1. John O’Donohue, who wrote “Anam Cara”and who celebrated our wildness and crazy strength, often has words that dissolve hardness inside me – I read this yesterday and it made me feel soft and new . . .

    To Come Home to Yourself

    May all that is unforgiven in you be released.
    May your fears yield
    Their deepest tranquilities
    May all that is unlived in you
    Blossom into a future
    Graced with love.

  2. That is a true blessing. I would love if that appeared on my screen at just the right moment. Thank you so much.

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