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Someone Else Ago

This is a story about the difficulty of defining oneself but also about the impossibility of achieving an authentic conclusion. A process that is launched by an anxiety leads into a differentiation which transforms human's presence into merely physical. After the transformation there remains only strangeness, insecurity and boundlessness: what is left of the previous awareness, what feels unessential and from which elements new assimilated self-image is constructed. Human mind is controlled by transitions. Narrative that resembles a pop song is easy to identify with and it offers assistance to form a wholesome identity. Only a moment later the fundamentals that reality is build on turn out to be staged.

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