The Divine Feminine

I hadn't realized how hard it was to accept kindness from strangers. Their words I felt deep in my heart, but when I was in the depths of darkness, in the vantablack of bleakness, and someone said something kind that was directed it in my direction,

I cracked.
I broke,
I fell to pieces.

And then, we'll then I convinced myself that they were mistaken.

It has only been in working in the rays of Ra that I truly learned a most important lesson. That the most difficult embrace was the one I had for myself. Then there was a chance I could feel others.

Our own embrace is the one that matters.


Model / Makeup U N I V E R S E O F Á L I
Photography Stephanie Pehar
Assistant L.A. WEST
Hair Colour Sylvie Prud’homme