Hatching is an outbreak, a birth, an appearance. It is the moment when a flower bud or a butterfly chrysalis opens to life, when babies of animals get rid of their egg or cocoon, when human beings are ready to be born. A new cycle begins with creation. We see in nature how the action of hatching can be repeated endlessly, in cycles and repetitions. Life does not stop, it hatches. Following another order, it can occur in different seasons: the cold of winter at the beginning of the cycle, then spring when blooming starts, summer opening the cocoon, and fall, where leaves fall to grow again. Cycles and cycles in which life dries and is reborn, ages and flourishes. Forever hatching.