The Way Home illustrates the story of a woman who’s chosen to leave a routine life to pursue her dreams in a faraway city. She’s decided to break from established family ways in order to venture out on her own.
Her family and friends, represented as ten diamond-shaped stationkeepers in alternating purple and blue, remain in their secure and familiar surroundings.
For her adventure to unfold, our protagonist has aligned herself at a markedly different angle than her peers. She has to think differently, act independently, and not without heartache for those left behind. Her re-alignment reveals a long but illuminated trail that leads to a new way. Her friends never see this wondrous cross-cut path of unique colors; their view is a green pattern that suggests fields of timelessness.
Our heroine’s future lies behind the proverbial golden door to the city.
The lengthy horizon evokes the line of a woman sleeping on her side: Head at left, hip in the middle, and leg to the right. She has found her way home.
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