Who are you to me?
You are no one, yet everyone. You are the individual, and the world. You are a student, and a teacher; a foodie, and a chef.
You are the defendant, and the prosecutor.
Life is a long, arduous endeavor, filled with people who are sinners or saviors. But is it that simple? Is it so black and white? Are we to accept the condemnation our societal label provides us, to hide behind it, be identified by it?
No one is just one thing. Not you, not me.
And I hope you find interesting the mishmash of beautiful and grotesque things that make this little village-to-big city girl the person she has come to be.