People Found in Panama: Year 03

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It is impressive just how much waiting you do in Panama.

For many years, I developed this skill of always having something to do with me whenever I left my house. Books, sketchbooks, anything but a phone. Anything that would help me not only feel less bored, but like this waste of my time could be productive in one way or another.

I believe that is one of the hidden themes of this project.