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Very often I try different aspects of our lives on a cosmic eternity. And then those aspects begin to take on a very different value. It's an epiphany that we are living right now, not yesterday or tomorrow. After all, we humans don't have eternity. Even eternity may not have eternity. Exactly, we only have "now."
This thought led me to want to capture the dissolving, disappearing into eternity, not eternal lovers. No matter how much they love, eternity will take them from each other. And all they have is a moment of "now," in which they can love, can touch each other, and dissolve into each other.
I know that realizing the future loss and finitude of love is incredibly painful. But it is this realization that can help us, lost in the daily grind, to remember how precious this feeling is to us. And not to put love off until later. Not put off the desire to touch and hug until later. Don't put off important words for later. After all, eternity can come for us at any moment.
The environment in which we grow up and mature enormously affects the way we later perceive ourselves and the world, generating both its pluses and minuses. This is increasingly evidenced by various studies. So too, capitalism, which has created a new environment, has brought us all the benefits of a rapidly developing world, delightful discoveries, and technology, but has definitively taken away the value of our senses and lives. This imbalance has led us to a surge of depression, mental illness, stress-induced illness, and tremendous strain on the brain.
Our body is a very complex organism, where everything is ...
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.