[The Calling Means So Much To Me. It's This Idea Of Perception And How The Mythology Of The Universe And Earth Have Played Out And How I Get To Re-write That Based On My Imagination And Some Of My True Feelings. It's About Being A Man Pushing 35 And Not Having A Sense Of Direction. It's About Finding Love And Being Totally Unwilling To Let It Go. - About Qualia]

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