Souls Which Are One Shall Meet
There’s an ancient Chinese saying that goes like this:
“Though born a thousand li apart, souls which are one shall meet” – meaning that there is some kind of predestined force that brings people together, even if they are from faraway places. The setting of this reunion brings a disruptive, albeit creative, existential level where the predestined meeting point is reached through a nomadic perspective. It presupposes that one or both ‘souls’ had to travel to a certain point.
By Peng Yun and José Drummond.
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