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As I reflect on the passage of time, I find myself captivated by vivid images rather than words. In my mind’s eye, I see a man, perhaps myself, moving through life with mechanical precision. It’s disconcerting to think that days and years slip away unnoticed, without a true experience of their essence. To combat this, I’ve crafted my own wake-up calls—reminders manifested on large canvases using paint and chalk.

There’s something profoundly satisfying about physically engaging with the canvas, the strokes of the brush, the texture beneath my fingertips. These artistic expressions, often in expansive formats, become tangible reminders urging me to seize the moment. They are my way of breaking free from the monotony of routine and truly feeling the passage of time.

In this creative process, I find solace and a means of translating complex emotions and thoughts into visually striking images. It’s a personal form of mindfulness, a journey of self-discovery that goes beyond words. Through this unique language of art, I communicate with myself and, perhaps, with others who resonate with the visual stories I tell. Each stroke is a deliberate act, a conscious effort to bridge the gap between the mechanical existence I fear and the rich, immersive experience I crave.