A Conversation With William is a visual summary of a rather uncomfortable, but necessary intervention between a close friend and me. Although apparent to him at the time, I was oblivious to any change in my usual behavior and foolishly continued, despite his warnings.
You see, in the pursuit of happiness, we tend to stray from our original ideals, thus losing ourselves in the process. We are easily influenced by the hedonistic lifestyles of others and ultimately succumb to a personality, not of our own.
And, to quote Michael Carini, although we should never apologize for being ourselves, we should apologize for the times that we are not.