We all feel. We all feel differently at different times always. There are ends of either spectrum where we feel other sometimes scary and painful things.
Some are very much more challenged than others. Some are hidden, some not. We all have these various states of mind. Some are so extreme, some there's no escape. We are all constantly challenged at recognising, with empathy, the human condition, our ever changing States of Mind. So for all these states of mind us humans can try to apply empathy to all those states - all of them and then we can maybe connect and understand a little better and then find ways to be connect. Yes, It's easier to relate to someone who holds a more narrow state of mind experience, it's when those boundaries are stretched and are disturbing and painful, scary - deep depression, Bipolar, schizophrenia, psychosis does the human empathy really needs to kick in. This exhibit States of Mind is presented to not only show the vastly challenged states, not to shock, but to also to have a look at some states of mind, that in my opinion also cry out for attention, help and love - yes even just those normal ones. (This will be rewritten many times (I have some around me that are wordsmiths) till I get it right. But my language is my photography, not this description. I have an extreme case of dyslexia so my words I've found have always been my photographs and my hope is that you connect with these images, and maybe see that all states of mind deserve and need a kind level of human attention - and yes, so do yours.