Society’s daily existence.

A captivating video sparked contemplation within me. We often spend our lives trying to assimilate, craving recognition in our full splendor. This realization resonates deeply that I find myself tearing for the chameleon. It’s a familiar sentiment — How frequently do we conceal our uniqueness and essence in the pursuit of conformity, unveiling them only when it’s too late?

Vincent van Gogh is perhaps one of the most famous examples of an artist who achieved posthumous fame after his death. He only sold a few paintings during his life and continued to struggle with poverty and recognition till death.

Are we going to be the same?

In a lifetime of blending with the scene,
Yearning to shine, unseen beauty keen.
A tear falls, for the chameleon’s plea,
Echoing our own quest for authenticity.