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  • Death within life

    How do we know if we took the right decisions?

    My country is full of old constructions, mainly churches as my ancestors have put all what they have in God’s house, leaving themselves into ephemeral houses … eternal dialogue between eternal and mortality.
    I like to visit them, feel the stone, the smell and perceive the poetic light. I like to sing and hear the echos of my voice getting weaker and further…

    An isolation place where you’re connected through time with past and future

    And you search for your place in this actual time/space frame, to face death … your own death
    What could be my legacy? How do I want to be remembered? What’s my stone construction? What are my options?

    Every day I take a series of decision, most of them impact at least myself on the mid and long term, but some of them impact others life.

    Should I ask if they were the right ones? On which system of reference?

    Your decisions are only right if you can bear the consequences.

    Live with it.
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