Life’s Little Mysteries
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This small painting titled “Life’s Little Mysteries” conveys how something small could still be impactful and make its own statement. So, your voice might be small for it is only one, but you can influence the world by being yourself. Maybe that is a mystery in itself.
Even “The great beauty of life is its mystery, the inability to know what course our life will take, and diligently work to transmute into our final form based upon a lifetime of constant discovery and enterprising effort. Accepting the unknown and unknowable eliminates regret.” – Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls
For “We are all mysteries, to those who love us and also to ourselves. When you find someone who embraces you, loves and desires you every moment, accepts your mysteries and flaws without judgement, you’ve struck gold. How delicious is the thought that this mysterious complex creature, chooses to share a life with you?” – Riitta Klint
Life’s Little Mysteries Oil Painting
Life holds such mysteries, many of them small but quite complex and interesting. I think it is our desire to seek out the mysteries in each other that brings us closer together. Even wanting to know and understand the small mysteries a person may hide within only enriches our relationships.
“Every mystery of life has its origin in the heart.” ― Hans Urs von Balthasar, Heart of the World
For more info on life’s mysteries, there is a website that devotes time to answer many of these small universal ambiguities. They even have a podcast for it. This is the site – https://www.livescience.com/topics/lifes-little-mysteries
So, don’t let uncertainty and mystery scare you unduly, for they keep boredom at bay and can spark creativity.
Dare to Feel,
Red (Linda Harrison)