posted on Nov, 1 2016 @ 12:33 PM
Paint your life on a canvas, and tell me what it looks like.. The colors, the scenery, how it makes you feel, even smell.. And underneath on a golden
plaque and use a few word that describes it all..
If you would have asked me to show me my painting, maybe two decades ago, i would gladly showed you a canvas of colorful rainbows,a fairy -tale full
of children, a house, and in the center a single lady, with an iron strong will and she would probably wear an armor..
In this painting, maybe i was the fair maiden? the one in distress? Maybe i was the one who was calling? A boy who needed help?
My painting surely looked like a imaginary fairy- tale, most likely cause she took the pain and created a world of nothing but love and joy.
But slowly as the days and years passed by i learned to paint on my own. I wanted to show a masterpiece that i created by my very own hands, and to
say ;" I learned how to use the right tools " And then on a day close to x-mas eve i showed it to her and the golden plaque underneath where it said
with only two simple words
She realized behind the scene, i created my own world, a world that was not just hers and six months later we departed..
I carried that painting with me for many years, i showed it to everyone who came near and hoped someone one day would say;" I can live in that dream
". Yet no one did, and i dont blame them..
I put aside the painting for a while, and went on my very own soul embarking journey.. You could even quote Captain Kirk;"
Earth: The only frontier
These are the voyages of a madman. Its 5 year mission
To explore strange new cultures, To listen out people and experience differences and to boldly go where people dont usually go.
I learned about life, what happiness is, joy, a search but most of all.. Its a journey, and when i got home, i painted again..on top of the painting i
did so many years ago.. And now it was a simple beautiful sunset, with a silhouette of a man walking towards it.. and now when i show my painting and
underneath the golden plaque, it just reads;" Happy "