Erosion, drought, scorched land, cut through by black blank scars. It's beautiful, but the black emptiness takes away the possibility of life. We are hopeful in searching for any signs of life. But even when fading, nature is beautiful, and the cracks form an urban pattern or a message. The message of Detachment is the scariest of human states. As long as we experience emotion, we are a fertile womb for something new to be born. Detachment is lifeless, like drought. We don't exist when we are not connected to our surroundings. A day that does not evoke emotion has no date.
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