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All of us have arrived at this moment by traveling a different story. Our narratives have been full of forks, twists and turns, shortcuts and detours, but here we are to intersect with each other in the now. How we got here isn’t just a tale though. It is the very world we live in, inside our head. And as much as we can let others in, they will always see it with a different set of eyes, coming in from another angle. None of our life stories are mundane, for none are alike. Each single one is told for the very first and the very last time.
glimpse: FAMILY PORTRAIT | Since I started my slow and messy voyage around the world, it's been difficult to assemble a family portrait (not that we ever did before I left). Home hasn’t seen me in more than five years and our moments together have become thinner throughout this emotional diet. Fortunately, they visit me out here whenever they can. They know it's my love for the world that made me set out, but that it will be my love for them bringing me back around in the end. No matter how long the detour, I’ll always be homebound.
what a fine blend we are
This collection is a blender, so watch out that you don’t end up in it one day. see more
when your office isn’t anywhere near an office
...nobody robbed us of our freedom; it was an inside job we signed up for. Outside jobs, by contrast, are not always a deliberate choice and oftentimes the harder labor, but they come with a certain spatial freedom... see more
The Observer Effect: Momentary Momentum
...the camera’s skill to freeze the momentary momentum in-between scenes is nothing short of miraculous and reminds me of a quirky phenomenon in the quantum realm: the observer effect. see more
Not Pity-Poor: Grace of the Life Lottery's Runner Ups
fortitude and perseverance forged in a hard place
The people you see here are poor, but not pity-poor. They have less – much less – but they have lives and smiles like anyone else. They don’t need an outsider’s soft pat on the back to uplift them... see more
That’s Funny – Candid Mirror
tickled by humor, the self surfaces
Only ever living in one head, knowing what’s going on in another, is anyone’s guess. The best clue we can get is candor – genuine emotion bursting out of facial expressions and wild gestures... see more
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