Yunizar appreciates the basics in pure creativity. This clarity in attitude can be likened to his perception of the basics in religious life. This work is Yunizar's meditation on the human spirit, expounding on the spiritual expectations of mankind. The material achievements and worldly possessions known to man acquires a state of non importance in the eyes of God as men are equal in spite their achievements, race, financial status, physical looks and even religion etc.. The backdrop of the work is clean and white with numerous mushrooms adorning the surface of the work which are similar in form. At first glance it seems like a designer field of mushrooms but is in fact the artist's representation of human individuals as a common denominator. The background of the work comes through these 'mushrooms', extenuating the importance of the purity in spirit with the subtle pencil line marking out the individual form. This thin outline is representative of the personage of the human line. We understand it to be important, however the substance and potential of every individual in the world is identical in the opinion of the higher being. The natural shape of the mushrooms resembles arrows pointing skyward towards the clouds which gather at the top of the work, enacting the ascension of these souls into heaven, encouraging an optimistic view about the celestial judgment.