Stressed, too

Hectic and confusing

Written by: James Richardson
Artwork by: John Tregoning
A frighteningly detailed illustration of Jesse Marsch gazing into the distance

According to the ancient Greeks, Chaos is the mythological void state preceding the creation of the universe. Christian theology follows this trail of thought by using the term to describe the abyss created by the separation of heaven and earth.

“My head never works faster than when there’s chaos all around. When things are hectic and confusing, you have to come up with new solutions.” If only this were true, Jesse Marsch. He said this to Red Bull’s in-house magazine in 2021. We got the chaos, but if only solutions had been possible, we wouldn’t be in this mess.

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