Letter from a Friend
The final missive — from a fellow voyager who lost his way.
When our sense of purpose is missing, and relationships and connections with others start to feel removed and remote, loneliness and isolation usually manifest.
Dealing with the impermanence of all things, as we traverse life’s many avenues, dark days can feel too heavy and burdensome, lacking the inner shining light we so long for.
Suffering can start to appear optional: turbulent inner emotions distorting our sense of perspective, with the pain of disconnect from life forming like a cancerous growth, slowly nibbling at the core.
On this journey it may feel like we have a choice at every crossroads, to follow this path or that: ultimately they all lead to the same place, a place we call home.
Made in Birmingham, England, Keith Prue has lived on four continents and crossed borders into more than forty countries.His photographs capture wonderings during those wanderings. Keith currently rests his feet in Waltham, New England. His photographs are held in private collections in the US, Mexico, Brazil, UK and France.
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