The duality of what we think we know compared to what we actually know manifests a division that aches into the ages. While we preach a belief that we are one, our behaviour sometimes suggests otherwise. We stand divided, and echo the sound of hypocrisy when we should find solidarity in each other, and it is this division that destroys us. We should be using every moment we have for the better, not languish in division and drown in lament.
This work explores the contradiction of a demoralizing sadness surrounded by beauty. There is a certain kind of tenderness we feel when we witness atrocities. We are all vulnerable to one other, and we bleed as one no matter the bubble we choose to live in. It is in the goodness that we find in each other that we gain strength and understanding of what it means to be human.