Certain Things from Uncertain Moments glimpses the passing, accumulating, and sometimes repeating time in every day through tangible things. There are lumps made of books that I read or unread, the bones from the animals I eat, the bookmarks made of stray hairs falling every day, the living, dying, and dead plants sprouted from the fruit seeds I spit, and the bugs found dead or killed by accident or on purpose. These things scrutinize the prejudices, discriminations, inconsistencies, and contradictions in everyday life in which one can be sensible and irrational, selfish and generous, cruel and kind, vulnerable and secure, and pretentious and frank at the same time.