Scarcely visible

“Every winner has scars.”
— Herbert Newton Casson (1869-1951)

Life has a tendency to leave its mark on all of us. Some scars heal better than others and will remain in the intimacy of the beholden – more visible incisions might demand more attention as the story they tell seem to be in the open. Scars are really wounds concealed by time that slowly erase the injury – be it by the prowess of the skin or by storytelling. The stronger the story, the more accepted and disguised are the wounds. Continue reading Scarcely visible