“…People go through so many changes in the nature of “trying to find myself.” They want to discover which of these voices, which of these aspects of their personality, is who they really are. The answer is simple: None of them” _Michael Singer
At a point in time when the effects of Urbanization accompany our daily existence, with acceleration and transformation governing our quotidian reality, more than ever before, our need to connect to what is really important prevails. Learning how to Be Us, in Us, with Us, takes precedence.
In “ Country Symphony ” the female essence immerses in the bliss of nature, leaving behind the urban chaos in search of inner well-being.
Nature’s meditative beauty brings forth a connection to something bigger than oneself.
In “ Country Symphony ” the natural beauty acts as food for the soul and paints a mental imagery. A rustic veil that looks inwards unfolds. The protagonist’s outer and inner status are in complete harmony. An urban look enhanced by a layer of ruralism explores by instinct, not by must-dos.
Words / Content Editor Annie Markitanis