Earth, 114 million years ago,The first flower ever to appear on the planet and knew the life on earth before... Read More
114 million years ago,The first flower ever to appear on the planet and
knew the life on earth before Humans . Jesus tells us to contemplate
the flowers and
learn from them how to live . Therefore, the flower in the painting
speaks to two children and teaches them peace and life cycles . it tells
them about how beauty is intrinsically linked to emotion of joy and
two children are an expression of the pure consciousness “the soul” .
the pure soul that learns from flowers and the meaning of life and the
meaning of joy, beauty,
love, and peace cycles . Therefore , there is an innocent smile
appearing on the girl's face as an expression of a joyful soul that is
delighted to exist on earth and life . also, happy to receive the
knowledge of existence .
, the cups are an expression of the most simple tools to use for a
communication between the soul and life . because when the soul learns
about life it does
not need any expensive or fancy things . Simplicity is the way of the
soul on how to learn and connect with life . In simplicity will find the
most honest authentic expressions of the soul . and this is my
philosophy in this painting .
hats : are personify the childish world . The child with blue dress
wears a hat from the Disney movie called “Alice in Wonderland” that was
published in 1951.
The other child is wearing a pinky dress from Barbie dolls and the hat
from the candy world that is full of life .
The flowers : are inspired from Alice in Wonderland .
: the Idea of painting is inspired by a quote from a book called “The
New Earth” for the author and spiritual teacher Eckhart Tolle .
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