presentation of "Modus Vivendi"

It is hard to imagine the modern world without any hospitals.

These institutions have lots of various units and there is no wonder. The blindness and, for example, the movement disorders demand as different medicine as well as the different treatment. In spite of that, all hospitals have one specific smell. It is the smell of pain and a focus on the exclusively personal sores.
In the light of all above, the hospitals for the mentally ill stand like a strange exception. People don’t grieve for any sickness of their own bodies there but comment on the order of events in our world. That should serve us as an example for dealing with life … but these peoples are
refered to as the patients, and something improbable happens. The typical whiteness of the hospital space suddenly dresses in the darkest colors. A look at the sky usually uplifts us but in the yard of the hospital results are opposite.

All the above depict the location of Art therapy club, where the smiles without masks long for Hello.
Blog Modus Vivendi invites you to look at the life that boils under those heavy walls.

I would be happy to deliver your comments to people you will see there.

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Author: Tomas Karkalas

The depth of the steps left in life is determined by love for each other. Spiritual healing begins with self-recognition in the next.

3 thoughts on “presentation of "Modus Vivendi"”

  1. You were asking me for something concrete that BLOG VILLAGE might be able to do to help your Art Therapy Club. You mentioned passing along comments to them. If you listed their first names, maybe we could get them some pen pals among the Villagers, who would keep the English simple?


  2. I took a look at your club blog. From what I could tell, some of your patients are really talented! Thanks for sharing with us.


  3. Hospitals may be the smell of pain but it is also hope for a lot of people.

    I salute you for the special ties you have with the patients. Art helps the soul and I see thru their work that it helps them a lot.

    I feel privileged to meet a lithuanian blogger from Klaipeda. I love your city and of course because I have very good friends there too.


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