Thanks for this Summer! Thinking of friends and being able to draw friends is allowing you to be close to them all through your life. You had coffee with your old friends. I like the way the drawings continue behind the lines!
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Lost, found then lost again!😐😐😐
I think it wonderful what you did
You don’t need reason to be happy. 🙂
Ur drawings are so good. And thinking about friends is something much more beautiful . it is really beautiful when people misses others and when they think about them happiness will be there. Nice post👌👍
This is really nice
drawings are sensational..
keep your head up and stay positive forever and may you get better.
What a fabulous drawing!
I like your work. Interesting viewpoint on questions. I usually think of questions as an avenue of discovery. Maybe the beginning of a plan. Definitely a way to solve problems. I think I like your way too.
Your questions, all of them, are not very applicable to your actual situation. The problem is that questions are made of words and the world, even though it may seem to be sometimes, is not really made of words. Maybe images, maybe ideas maybe feelings…not really words though. The mind is very fine and intricate, much more so than the words it constantly tangles in, and this frustrates it. Like if you hung some string up in the corner of your room, threw a spider up there and said, -now catch a bug please-
can be put a lot in words too…like painting a picture
each face has a reason, a season and a brilliant moment in time.
Simple yet effective, I like it.
Yeah. This was great! Nice work.
I like it animation
What an amazing way to deal with stress. It’s like an artistic representation of your inner monologue. The thing about humanity is that we all feel the same pains. This isn’t therapy just for you, it is thus for all of us. Thanks a lot. 🙂
We have but words to express the intricacies of our mind. Like blind men we go on, hands outstretched, hoping to meet Another, searching for more light. The only thing we have to help us Express our heartbeat is these words. Doubt not their power.
Thank you for sharing this – I sculpt, or write when I find myself heading down the rabbit hole – for me at least it’s a reconnection with what’s real and a disconnect from my head. Often that’s all it takes to halt the process
wow this drawing is amazing!
We may feel like lost, but then again we have our inner soul to talk to…
I like the post. Really. I feel your drawing represents something which you have lost. I may be completely wrong, but I feel you have lost happiness. The picture of smiling high school girls show the stuff you are missing,which is being happy. Am I right??
Love your creativity and talent. Very nice.
Very cool drawings!
Friends . The beginning and end of world
Correctly said 🙂
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this is piece is very simple and bittersweet. very nice.
This was just awesome, the drawings are great but the art in the language is amazing! Keep up the spectacular work!
There is much truth in the small text that you wrote to accompany the beautiful drawings of the girls. Great work of art and philosophy.
I love this. Such a lovely post.
This is really great. Made me think about all the girls I went through school with, all the friends I need to find again. So thankyou
I am happy about the fact that you were “lost” and it is no surprise that nature(read rainy environment) did that to you, as only nature has the power to help you become greater than yourself. (May be you should question yourself to understand what exactly happened when you were “lost” and you may find some answer.)
The phenomenon of nature, often, can take over and detach you from yourself(read self-obsession). The quality of enlightened beings which in our times people and especially artists possess in those moments of dedication to their art. ‘Art’, therefore, to me, is the art of losing one self to the thing that one is performing. There could have been nothing but happiness that you could have, as you did, experience.
Thanks for sharing this. Cheers.
So creative! What a fun post.
While words’ true power cannot be denied and while they are a means to express one’s heartbeat, there are two questions I would like you to ponder upon?
1) How often do you think words do complete justice with the way you feel?
2) Considering that you have been able to express in exact words your exact feelings, but, more often than not, the reader of those words gives it’s own meaning to your words, hence, the feeling that you tried to kindle is so distinct from the feeling actually kindled. If the idea was to evoke a feeling and not care about the exactness, then, the idea of putting one’s feelings into words, somewhere fails for me.
A very creative way of portraying your feelings to others. I like it.
I read somewhere “Art is the weapon against life as a symptom”. Keep drawing !
C bien j’adore
I completely understand what you are saying. But tell me, is there an alternative?
Of course, there is a loss of a certain amount of expression – but that doesn’t depend just on words, it also depends on the ability to express and thus the words chosen, (which itself would depend on the speaker’s diction, power of Expression, comprehension of emotion), the language he is speaking and several other factors.
The second point you raise – I’d like to know if it is really possible for any other person in this world to really and completely feel your feelings? Is completely empathy even a possibility?
To conclude, words aren’t effective. No, they are mere bits of imaginative labeling but they are, even in their most incomplete form perfectly wonderful and strong. That’s why we still read books from centuries before. And listen to songs.
Which in a way is the power of words as well – the same piece can resonate in different hearts differently, creating different pictures. Isn’t that wonderful?
You say it fails for you, get to prove your point – whether I understand half, or the whole thing – you use words, these imperfect words.
Thank you for writing back on this. For some time now, I had those questions in my mind. A hesitation has remained and so I chose to ask them there. I can understand what you say and see why words are necessary through your apt explanation.
People in my relationships have failed to regard words, I may have also done the same, and so my questions and hesitation arise from a certain pain caused by misunderstandings that words create among people. The failure to receive feelings imparted by words. It is often seen that partial transference of feelings through words are harmful and sometimes you wish your words transferred no feeling at all or you wish you withdrew the words completely for the state of your relationship has suffered.
I think I will buy one thing from your comment which is, the onus of expression lies entirely on the individual. The ability to use words is an art and can’t be taken for granted for then the result will then be undesirable, eventually leading one to feel and question if it is the words that are insufficient, like I felt and questioned.
Thanks for replying.
Certainly. It is through discussion (in words, again) that thoughts are exchanged, developed and explored.
You cannot judge all people or all relationships by a few examples. I have been in that space as well, it is difficult not to, but see things as they are, not influenced by the past.
What you say is completely true. Misunderstandings are a danger we live with everyday, especially in this world of written communication. I’ve Always believed that not everyone is worthy of your words. Words, which are so precious (especially to a writer like me) are arranged beautifully to express meaning. When they are rejected, or misinterpreted into schemes against me it does hurt.
But I dislike then, the person and his convoluted thinking. Not my words. They stood by me. Their interpreter didn’t. I hope this shall further shed light on your dilemma.
Yes, you definitely provide more clarity. I haven’t had the courage to look at things this way, that is back my words. I understand that silence and words need to be well acquainted with and used as per the context and necessity. I will take your advice. Thank you.
It’s very fantastic, nice job 😍😍
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