The work includes a cast glass human back, partly folded and rising from a confined old wooden box. The back is surrounded and coming out of sacred parchment in the box from the Judaica Industry. The position of the back is helpless, exposed, and vulnerable. The glass body emphasizes the fragility of the figure and, when illuminated, becomes almost like a ghostly metaphor for the human body. The work is presented on a low stand, exaggerating the vulnerability of the back as the viewers are overlooking it. The figure speaks about the borders of human existence, life, death, the sacred and the profane. It is about humanity’s weakness, strength, and compassion as basic values.