Existance, as a point of view of the individual, is contingent on their participation. To breath, to play, to work, to relate; to be confronted by matters of self-worth and place, relative to others. That participation encompasses a story arc from birth to death, with all the little moments of hope and despair; the choices and their responsibility. Encumbered by all the myriad cycles of innocence to experience, the individual bears the fruit of its labors as scars of fear or determination.
Photo by Etienne Desclides.