Everyone chooses a frame for their story. Consider it the borders that give a sense of the tapestry of experiences. Natural light from the full moon may blow out the image and remove the frame. It is a difficult shot. There are times when a single experience attempts to blow out the borders of our lives. Occasionally these events succeed and we choose a new frame for the story. Sometimes this is necessary. We need a story that eclipses what keeps us from living, really living. Once we enter that story, see how the narrative changes things, the hidden beauty that always lay beneath is exposed.