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The boundary that i have been building all these years



It is so impactful that i could hardly get myself out of it. It is full of worries, anxieties and fears....turning me away from savouring those wonders and beauties that are always right in front of me. Where is my gratefulness?

9 comments:

Jeanne Jackson said...

I am envisioning a door in that cage, an open door. All it takes is that first step...

Bagman and Butler said...

I think that it takes a lot of work but the boundery needs to move so gratefulness is on your side of it. I wish you success.

Jason Ong said...

set the man to freedom pls

joyce matula welch said...

I have come back to this picture many times over the past weeks, and each time I did not have words to express my thoughts. I still don't, but I understand this picture so well, and it continues to speak to me.

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lola lane18 said...

I can relate a lot to your painting and it really makes me think deeply about my own anxieties and how I should overcome them in order to enjoy life's pleasures.

lola lane18 said...

I can relate a lot to your painting and it really makes me think deeply about my own anxieties and how I should overcome them in order to enjoy life's pleasures.

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