Wherever we find ourselves in life, we'll also find a line. Sometimes, the line is between people or places. Other times, it's between thoughts and ideas. It divides. It creates sides.
In "The Line," Michael R. Ebert explores the lifespan of a line from its inception as a tiny dot to its transformation into a powerful barrier. The step-by-step text also shows the line's impact on the masses from those who walk it to those that ultimately cross it.
Regardless of one's stance, the line's effect is felt by all. But in the end, we can't help but wonder if the line is just a line - and whether it even needed to be drawn in the first place.