Though the photographer is not seen in the photo, he exists.
The painter is not visible in the painting, but his brush and marks are all over.
A mason keeps on building houses he does not live in.
The author seeks a quietude that inspires thoughts.
Thoughts in him advance only if he withdraws to self.
An orderly retreat from attachment.
A masterly inactivity.
Detachment is ideal to contemplate, concentrate, to be creative.
The author chronicles the times and tides, the agonies and the ecstasies.
He is in the story but has to be away.
He hears the unheard and sees the unseen.
The author’s dilemma is unless he experiences , he cannot feel
Unless he feels, he cannot write.
He needs creative silence to express.
Author’s disquietude is a natural harmony.