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Tip toeing into a new life

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Tiptoeing into a new life , by Erik Pevernagie, oil on canvas,100 x 80 cm x x

Even when we feel the sun in our soul has died and the autumn storms of our life have broken the glow in our eyes, nothing must keep us from swelling the river of our inner longing. We can create a new scenario, colorize the chapters of the story we want to embed, and liven up the thinking pattern of the personae we would like to cast a role in.

If we don't manage to connect the dots anymore and the power of our imagination is creaking at the seams, we must rewrite the script of our life in a world of withering expectations.

The skeletons of the past must not hold back the dream of a new life, even though fear and regret, guilt, and remorse may unsettle us during our effort to give a future new home.

If we remain rooted in our integrity and envision life in its intense, original beauty, we can create an authentic mindset and surf freely on the waves of our aspirations.

Let us take flight with the passion of our emotions and follow the swallows' graceful swirl high in the sky.

If we give power to our imagination and use the wings of our fantasies, we can discern the shores of our dreams.

A life change may sometimes become a walk to the ultimate gate of non-existence. When illness and old age are no longer indulgent, and strength is irrevocably seeping away, the brightness fades insidiously away from the light of the day.

Dylan Thomas only knows the sound of fury against eternal obscurity: "Do not go gentle into that good night, Rage, rage against the dying of the light."

Phenomenon: Going into a new life


Factual starting point: Man leaving location or position