Illness inflicts both physical and emotional wounds, leaving us vulnerable and scarred. Its trauma casts a shadow, enveloping us in darkness.

Yet, we seek hope, a guiding light.

Rumi said, "The wound is where light enters."

Suffering can bring enlightenment.

Black and white drawings explore light and shadow, capturing our essence. Each stroke portrays struggle and resilience.  Black and white symbolize life's dichotomy.

Even without color, beauty emerges.

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