And I fear for her, since when I look into her downtrodden and detached eyes, I …
… I see me … Jose Vilson
At first read, and with Jose’s apparent intent, this is about fear, life, and overwhelming sadness.
On a larger level, this is about our connections as people, and points me toward hope for the future.
I inspire to do as Jose, to see myself in the eyes of my students, my colleagues, my friends, my not so friends, my supervisors, my elders.