This project was created in a village called Austmarka in Norway. Next to a beautiful forest, a dense fog covers the whole town in the morning. Täke, as they call the fog, surrounds houses, lakes and the immense forest and makes it difficult to see for some hours. From a personal experience, being a person with a mental health illness can make you feel exactly like this, foggy. Intrusive ideas, obscure ideas, flood your brain. You might try to push them away, but they might come back even stronger. But hopelessness is, in fact, important in life, it’s in the midst of being uncomfortable and afraid where all things meaningful emerge. Hopelessness and despair are important because without them, we wouldn’t know faith. For me, it’s important to have honest, open conversations about mental health.