I can’t remember where I found this photo of Simone de Beauvoir, Sartre, and Che. This picture isn’t just capturing an intimate moment between three brilliant people; it’s an intersection of humanity about humanity… An image of an image that rejects the images being projected by the zeitgeist of those times. Right now, me and my housemates are all at crossroads trying to figure out where to go next. It feels new but it isn’t really. All people are working on figuring out who they are and what they are doing for most of their life, whether it be the child trying to fit in or the adult trying to stand out at work. Yeah, we can come to terms with flaws and qualities about ourselves, but do we ever stop wondering and wandering? For the longest, I have thought that I would find a good job (etc. etc) but the truth is that right now the only connections I’m interested in making are with people and not businesses or anything business related. Does that mean I spend the year travelling, move to another country and start from scratch for the experience, or join a volunteer group? I don’t know and I keep turning this into a false dichotomy, telling myself to instead get settled somewhere and really work for a while before doing that.