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我也曾有過刻骨銘心的愛情

Carved in My Heart (2020)

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First chapter of the THROUGHOUT TIME Trilogy.

Dedicated to us, scattered in time.

We remember the past standing at the here and now, and we also remember the here and now standing somewhere in the future. Time makes us more familiar with each other, but it can also separate us farther from each other. However, all those already happened will never change.

Time passes, but what carved in our hearts are the emotions that can break the barrier of time and space.

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© Zicheng Li, 2020

 

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ROTUNDA (2020)

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Second chapter of the THROUGHOUT TIME Trilogy.

Time moves in a circular motion.
History repeats itself.


We are all running past the same spot again and again. Each time, there's a different trace that proves our existence in the past. The traces will not faint; they become the constant in our life that we can always refer back to in a specific time and space in life.

We live in an illusion created by time. We are not able to take anything away when we have to leave this life. But the meaning of life, instead of taking anything away, is to leave our own trace of having lived in this world.

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© Zicheng Li, 2020

 

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鯨的未知 

Journey of the Greatest Unknown (2020)

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Last chapter of the THROUGHOUT TIME Trilogy.

Life is huge for each one of us, but it's also small for the universe.


What's happening in the world, on and around us, might seem heavy and overwhelming; but to the entire human history, to the entire history of the cosmo, it's just as tiny as a piece of dust.

Nobody can live forever, so that we can only try our best to make our lives worth living. The length of life and how much we have obtained in this life are not what that matters, whereas what we have created for this world and how can we impact the world in the history of humanity and the universe could make life more meaningful.

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© Zicheng Li, 2020

 

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