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'Returning Home' is actually a journey within, a story of quest. This state of quest brought me to nature, to places where time and space are ambiguous. The fact that everything in nature is in its place and in its own state reminded me that I am a part of nature. This situation allowed me to get rid of all my existential anxieties imposed on me in the middle of the chaos. With these travels I made through out the geography I live in, I started to search for my own place by going from mountains to rivers, from forests to caves in the endless cycle of nature, and it seems like this search will never end.

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