met•a•state (met-ə-stāt) adjective, noun, verb – met•a•stated; met•a•stating; met•a•station 1. the freedom and process for creating a life on our own terms. 2. questioning the status quo and opening up to a new path. 3. a place of our collective making to share and rewrite our life stories.
I begin my day with a green smoothie and an hour of metastation. Or two.
Q: Are you still unemployed?
A: No, I’m just metastating on whether I can create a life beyond employment.
Q: What have you metastated about this week?
A: My life direction, the World Cup, the state of our national forests and…fracking.
Q: What are you going to do after you graduate?
A: Let me metastate on that for a few years.