THE CROSSING is a challenge. It requires the need of making a decision whether to overcome the obstacles or to remain as an observer peeking through the opening to the other side. Matching the naturally soft body while passing through the cut-out shape may be a reason to proceed with caution.
It is better not to take with you unnecessary props: bags, hats, scarves and protruding ornaments. Give up with airy clothes and overly draped hairstyles, in order to not to be caught in a trap.
The curiosity and willingness to explore what is on the other side is the real temptation to pass through THE CROSSING even under such circumstances. Is there any change “after”? Can just taking up the challenge bring us any change?