The HERMIT lives apart from the world because she searches for the truth on her own terms. For this she does not need society. In order to see through the masks, lies, cover-ups and hang ups generated by human behavior, she departs from the crowd of changing personalities and superficial transitions into a clearer more austere atmosphere. The HERMIT knows that to be absolute in your search for truth, you need to adopt a solitary viewpoint.
The HERMIT depends on herself, asking nothing from the world. In her attempt to pierce through convention and conditioning, she needs independence from the mainstream of humanity, if only for a short time. What she learns during this period of deep reflection will serve as inspiration for her whole life. The truths she recognizes during her search makes her a light worker when she returns to the world.
Before me plays the endless film Relentless splinters I recall Each living thing breathes life Only sentiment remains To liquid born, from patterns formed The sand descends with blind intent Where the river takes me will in time be revealed
I cannot turn my feelings down Beyond my means to turn my thoughts around Expressed in every word I'll ever speak Brighter than all the stars combined More than the waters, earth, and sky All that I wish and all that I dream No creed on earth can replace or provide In my darkest hour, the comfort I'd feel Leading me to see I can be more than I expect of me My beginning and my end The first and last air that I breathe More than the sum of everything that I will ever be
Above the waves with my hands raised Dare the wind, lay claim to me Knowing somehow none could take me Watching the sun come up in vain The only reason I can find why I remained The need to leave the point I came to again and again
It didn't matter how hard I tried It took so long to claim that I knew how Or what it meant to let go of this To ever say goodbye Call it destiny, call it fate Chose my direction: Running forward Each life to learn anew, whatever may come