Five Card Story: I Walk So I Can Feel Each Fracture Of The Earth.

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a Five Card Flickr story by Sophia Nasis, D'Artagnan Muzones created May 03 2024, 03:10:33 pm. Create a new one!

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In the vastness of the field. From the largest grass eaters to the smallest pollinators and pond dwellers. I believe there is something, in the grand scheme of things, that somehow we are all connected. Some may say that there is a natural order to this world and those who try to abend it does not farewell.
I refuse to believe that. I'd like to believe that with every step I take, I forge my own fate. I know it's easy to lose heart and think that no matter what we do, it will never amount to anything more than a single drop in a limitless ocean. But then again, what is an ocean if not a multitude of drops.

The images presented, I believe, are reflections on the interconnectedness of life, the impact of our actions, and the idea that individual existence is inseparable from the collective experiences of humanity.

Fear, belief, love, phenomena that determine the course of our lives. These forces begin long before we are born and continue after we perish. Our lives are not our own. We are bound to others. Past and present. And by each crime and every kindness, we birth our future.

Whoever reads this love letter to the cosmos, I would like to tell you that far from here, out beyond our idea of what's right and wrong, There's a field. I'll meet you there.

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