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Symbolizing the effortless existence of nature’s unforced rhythm.

The Visual Intervention (Received in 2010 – Near Raleigh, North Carolina) presents a single grass blade standing amidst a soft dance of light and shadow, a testament to the principle of Non-Action, or Wu Wei, from Taoist philosophy. This concept doesn’t suggest inaction but rather an action that does not involve struggle or excessive effort. The grass does not strive to grow; it simply grows. It doesn’t reach for the light; the light finds it. It stands in effortless being, exemplifying the flow of nature when left to its own devices. The grass blade’s stillness amid the chaos of light and dark around it suggests a harmonious existence, aligned with the rhythm of life without trying to control or force it.


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