We ask ourselves what our place in today’s society is, and look for a meaning to life, and for answers that are beyond the individual self. One can lose one’s self in a swirl of seemingly intricate, absurde or cynical values and ideologies. Our century’s youth may find some answers in the past, and make of History a form of representation for the experiences of mankind. The main difficulty dwells in accepting this heritage, and making it one’s own. Thus begins the struggle.
The white man’s responsabilities often catch up with his resistance, and weighs heavily on his shoulders, like a long- forgotten debt. Man’s alienation repeats itself, each of us is responsible for our acts and their consequences, as if there was no stopping violence and each of us was to become the lonely bearer of a history we cannot free ourselves from.