I am I. AND I am a part of it all. I am an actor and an observer in the play. As I move through the land, I consciously connect my visual focus to my heart and experience my awareness. A duality play – at its core is wonderment of Nature and on its edge, the opposing sense of a lurking despair. I’m forced to ask myself questions. I’m trying to understand what is lost in the meaning of our independence and its relationship to the present times of mounting chaos. What does the Future mean to us? What does Hope mean to us? What does Life mean to us? It is all so pathetic at times yet the pathetic can project its own sense of paradoxical beauty, if I look hard enough and if I want balance.
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