THEORY AND PROBLEMS
To live in this world wholeheartedly is to set theory aside. It’s to take people as you find them, including yourself. It’s to offend. It’s to realize you’re part of the problem. It’s to accept nothing as inevitable save time and to carve out moments of grace as you find them. It’s to risk being oneself, alone and accountable. It’s to miscommunicate and to hear truth drowned out on every corner. It’s to shoulder decay and loss. It’s to tell sad stories of the death of kings. It’s to allow meaninglessness to have its say. This is one definition of poetic faith. These photos constitute another.