DAY 25: MassQing others is quite different from MassQing oneself. Instead of the face you've seen your whole life, a new one now stares back. It's rather pompous to think one can identify and understand a person's essence after talking with them for a mere half hour. So I do not try and do that. I do not try and make something that is them. Instead I listen and look. I see what is before me and draw into it's possibility. That is all that we are; a mass of ever evolving, ever changing possibilities. And I capture only a still, one frame from a 17, 32, 57 year old motion picture. The result resonates with the subject not because of how much I know about them or their past, but because of how much I am intuned with the moment in which we both exist. The MassQ is more a testament to that than to anything that may have come before, or that may occur after.