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I CAN find balance. Play, fearlessly.
* The following is an update from the artist, submitted on August 16, 2013:
Finding balance for me was never quite about a more equitable division of time spent at work and at home, or trying to counterpoise the angst of the past, the significance of the present, and the promise of the future. Balance, perhaps, in the traditional, workaday sense.
It was always about the mental equanimity of childhood—the clear state of balanced equilibrium in a child's head that helps her make decisions without the constraint of conditioning, experience, and error. I think I yearned for that balance of mind, the ability to see things and make judgments without a weighty bias on one side or another, as adulthood will do. (Hence, a seesaw, an emblem of childhood play.)
I wanted to be able to think, and play, and work, and live in balance, without fear of falling one way or another. And conveying this yearning via this hand has helped clarify what balance and clarity mean to me, and reminds me every day of the necessity of working to find that suspension of weight.
There is exquisite beauty in balance. And I am so grateful to AWBW for allowing me to try to express that.
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