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“The latest authority among men of science says that little is known of the causes which balance the clouds in the air. For they are formed of water, and water, however minutely divided or blown into bubbles, is always heavier than the air. And yet, these flying fountains of all the rivers of earth, these armed and thundering legions of the storm, that beat down the forests with hail and bury the mountains in snow, and flood the plains with water, go floating over us at vast heights with all their mighty magazines when all our philosophy would require them to sink to the earth. ~Daniel March, “The Balancings of the Clouds,” Our Father’s House, or the Unwritten Word, 1869
Indeed, heaven’s treasures are with us every day. A simple one is there in the sky just waiting for you to look up and see all its mystery, glory and beauty – Clouds. For, the cloud colors change at first subtly and then suddenly transform the heavens to such wonder.
Heavenly Treasures Mixed Media Abstract
“A cloud does not know why it moves in just such a direction and at such a speed… It feels an impulsion… this is the place to go now. But the sky knows the reasons and the patterns behind all clouds, and you will know, too, when you lift yourself high enough to see beyond horizons. ~Richard Bach
The vast space above us—so near, and yet in many respects so far beyond our reach, so familiar, and yet so strange…. the moving shapes and shifting hues of that vault which is like the floor of heaven trodden by angels… which, in indifference to its glory and beauty, we so frequently forget to look at, except with a careless reference to the state of the weather? ~Sarah Tytler, Footprints: Nature Seen on its Human Side, 1881.
Additionally, the treasures of heaven are so great and many are there to lift our human spirit if we only take the moment to look up, to experience heaven’s riches. If we only would do so, the human mind shall never be lacking in fresh nourishment.
This painting titled “Heavenly Treasures” is a reference to our glorious sky with its many shifts in feelings and appearance that enrich our lives by adding color to our day.
“The sky, a perfect empty canvas, offers clouds nonetheless. They shift and drift and beg interpretation… such is the nature of art.” ~Jeb Dickerson
Dare to Feel,
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