Purification Loyality

October 28, 2007


 

“One can not feel true happiness until one experiences loss …” a man quoted as saying in regards to losing all his worldly possessions after a California fire.  To add insult to injury last year his daughter died and the year before had a family business fail. Thus he is no stranger to purification.    I seem to have lost my freshness, and spontaneity that I once tasted in the success of my art work, my career and my relationships.  The cares of the world are weighing heavily and I feel flatten like a pancake.  It is frightening to lose resilience and see oneself as a sac of tiredness. I sense what Job felt like when his friends pointed their fingers at him and told him to curse God and get on with it.

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One Response to “Purification Loyality”

  1. faizee Says:

    hey hi..wonderful work! Appreciate your expression, both with words and colors.Hope all’s well at your side.


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