My Inner Prison is an inside glance on the human soul in light of what happened during the pandemic time. Lock-down and restrictions have been apparently physical, but actually everyone of us use to live everyday together with his own mental restrictions and locks-down. We are all prisoners of ourselves, of our own fears, of our own uncertainties. We struggle for finding a flash of light in an empty cell, we are forced by chains that are nothing but our own ideas and thoughts that make us critical thinking beings, but at the same time they also limit us by building fences and barriers all around.
And you? What is your inner prison? Will you be able to set yourself free?