We are born helpless, but while growing older, we think that our knowledge is superior to the experience of the ones that live what still lies ahead of us. We are rebellious, impatient and dogmatic. Through the years, we increasingly become convinced that who we are, what we do and how we think is the ultima ratio – a protagonist who wants to stand out above the crowd.
We are captured in a blunted actuality but are still depending on the love and grace of those who surround us.
Life is fragile, life is complicated and the maintenance of our personal reality is always in danger. So perhaps at one point, the validity of the known is questioned: normality becomes the exception, and the exception becomes the lonely straw one clutches on.
While trying not to drown in the sea of anger, fear, and uncertainty, we might reason with ourselves. Rewriting our story by questioning who we are, what we do and what we believe – an opportunity to become a protagonist who stands out above the crowd.
Life is vivid, life is unsteady, life is full of eventualities.