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At one point or another in our lives, we're all strangers.

We start a new job, we move to another city, we travel the world. Sometimes by choice, sometimes by a lack thereof. New places, new people, unfamiliar surroundings.

The coping mechanisms we use to handle change are as individual as our fingerprints and are shaped by who we are, who we were and who others expect us to be.

Can we picture who we are? How to fit in?

No matter where we go and why - we will encounter places, people and circumstances that are shaped by stories we might know nothing about, and that will make it difficult for us to understand them - and for them to understand us. We are all strangers. We all carry our own stories with us, and they influence the way we see the world and interact with it.

What makes a true soul? A common fear of the dark - is that all the similarity that can be found among us human beings? How do we find a common ground to walk on when we feel like we are alone in a crowd? When we are a long way from home?

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Chefchaouen, Morocco, Nov 2019 © Julien Zeno Bitter


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