Thursday, July 24, 2014

Forks of the credit.

What I wrote in this painting, 10 years ago!

What a great source of inspiration nature is. It revives my soul. It is such an intrinsic source of energy that I take for granted so very easily. This river so eloquently gushes past me, purifying itself as it flows along. I am truly blessed to be part of this magnificent setting. The sun shines directly above us and transforms the river into one glistening entity.
What a glorious celebration of love and life! These days bring me sublime peace, and the sound I hear, intermingles with all of my surroundings.
A cleansing has begun for me, of mind and body, and such processes are a welcome change from the accumulation of unwanted strife......... such as words, ideas, notions, concepts, burdens, baggage, essentially stuff that I don't need, particularly material things. But these processes are slow processes and all natural processes must evolve at their own pace.

Thank you for bringing me here,
3rd oct 2004. Forks of the credit.


Darlene K Campbell said...

This brought tears to my eyes. I believe a purpose for you being here is to remind us to let go of things, to wait with patience, to live simply and with heart, and to celebrate expression of art. I get this just from your work on line or in books...imagine the impact if i got to walk along side you.

Melanie Ida Chopko said...

just gorgeous, Prash