freedom to look

At a moment, there is nothing to rejoice at. You see just an empty sheet of paper.
However, I am something of a painter and have a pencil.

It will leave some track, yet it would be not my colors but the reflection of our communal walk with the rainbow towards the sun.

It wouldn’t be dull. The emptiness of the paper (sense of personal needlessness) will cease to worry. But my observations can reflect either the life (the light) or earn the penalty for the littering the Art Palaces.
The hardships of the enforced idleness will retreat,

It would be already your comments that will show what have happened. Did you discovered a mirror here or just have looked at the pictures ?

“The function of prayer is not to influence God, but rather to change the nature of the one who prays.”
— Soren Kierkegaard

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6 thoughts on “freedom to look

  1. The artwork brings you in, and it is almost as if a hand is reaching towards us. Nicely done, Tomas!

    “The function of prayer is not to influence God, but rather to change the nature of the one who prays.”

    Thanks also for sharing this quote!

  2. Sometimes light

    is the only clue to meaning.
    It is how we know something
    that matters exists. There are
    always ties to antiquity. Sure.

    But look,
    look a single leaf lies floating on water. Sometimes light is
    magnified through water.

    Sometimes light
    is the only clue we have.

  3. I always love to look at your images and read the words… The light is the dominant subject just like the light in your words… beautiful. 🙂

  4. Hi Tomas,

    At first glance, the picture looks blur. I feel lost in it. Upon second look and real concentration, I can see a person rejoicing in a pool of water.

    This is what I have seen. : )

    What is on your mind when you painted this then?

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