There is a sudden need for escape. From ourselves, from each other, from all the wrongdoings we’ve created trying to find our own bliss. But we’ve encountered the problem of not knowing where in the world to go. We keep clashing, keep bumping heads. We are completely lost. We are next to each other, but we are ultimately alone. Because we’re trapped in our own cages of darkness, we don’t even recognize each other. There is a sudden need for escape because as we try to get to where we’re going in these aimless directions, our labyrinth becomes more intricate. There is a sudden need for escape because we do not want to be here forever. There is a sudden need for escape because we have hope that it gets better.