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A swathe through white space, from -scapes by Kevin Halfhill

A swathe through white space: A lesson in detachment

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“A passerby, an interloper, traveling through the white space of the world will leave behind traces of color. But colors fade, white remains, and space is common company to a disconnected, passing star.” I created this piece, “A swathe through white space,” as a lesson in detachment, intended as a reminder that solitude equates neither stagnation nor sorrow. Learn more about the special meaning and story behind this piece: comets, detachment, and the power of going forward.

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