What are we?
A void, a vacuum, an emptiness that we hopelessly try to fill in with a myriad of activities crammed tight in the tiniest of spaces in respect with the vastness of the void we try to fill in.
Our every day lives is packed with activities, be that the jobs we do to finance our ways of living, the entertainment methods we choose, our enjoyment, our social lives.
But if we stray, accidentally or not, even for a second from the fervor that our activities bring forth, our minds wander, into the void that surrounds us. We are immediately filled with unease, we find ourselves lost within its unyielding emptiness. Primal angst engulf us.