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Cross the River
My father crossed the river at 17:45 on November 1, 2020.
The other side of the river is only an imaginary world that no one knows. I can only imagine the other side of the river. Where will my father go? In ancient Greek mythology, it is also called the "Styx River", and there is an idea that the modern and post-mortem worlds are separated by a river. Buddhism also says that the dead cross the river. I asked a monk what was in the posthumous world, but he only told me that it was boring. Finally, I was able to say goodbye to my father and see him off across the river.
Seeing his ashes, I felt that my father has offloaded a lot from his shoulders, and I felt bright in front of him.
Cross the RIver comprises a two-part presentation - monochrome images to begin until the end of the rituals and death, and colour that returns to everyday life.
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