Facing the beach with the ocean to your back, you have your life. Your shadow, who you are, is seen on the dynamic sand patterns. The carvings from the sand being weathered by the water represent the arrangement of your thoughts; they are copious and incoherent when they stand alone. The carvings contained within your shadow are the compilation of thoughts and sentiments that make up your perception of yourself, seemingly convoluted and inscrutable in the shrouded shadow. The waves come and splash in around you, like the way a significant person or event would. But as they recede, they reorganize and recreate the array of intricate carvings around you, as every occurrence and person shapes your thoughts and perspective. From your peripherals, you have a slight foresight to what’s coming toward you, but you never know what path it will take. Behind you, not visible to you, is the seemingly endless sea of insight, knowledge, experience, people, and places that agglomerates to everything. All the world’s information flows around in the immense web of the sea, and it comes to you moment by moment, wave by wave, infinitesimal grain of sand by grain of sand reorganizing your carvings.