“ My head will forever be bowedMy hands will forever be foldedIn gratitude for the blessingsThat were, that are and... Read More
“ My head will forever be bowed
My hands will forever be folded
In gratitude for the blessings
That were, that are and that will be” - Anisha
The Dervish is seen expressing his gratitude towards the various experiences of joy and struggle that life brought him. He views even his struggles as a blessing and is thankful for the learnings from them. This is depicted in the detailing of the circle that lies at the core of this painting. The vibrant colors, folded hands, flowers and the clustered dots that denote abundance, all bring alive his sense of deep gratitude.
Are you in gratitude for life itself and can you see its abundant blessings?