Picture This

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Image: Vincent van Gogh ~ Artist unknown.

“This is where I come from, this is where I am now, and here is my universe’ ~ Tralbaut (2) 


The Colourful Life and Death of Mr Van Gogh.



An analysis of van Gogh’s epilepsy and emotionality must not obscure the fact that this great artist also had great strengths (4).



Neurologist, Dr David Bear had seen Van Gogh’s art as ‘Reflecting philosophical and spiritual questing’


Van Gogh was born with a brain lesion’ and had a genetic predisposition to epilepsy and suffered from seizures which doctors, including Dr. Felix Rey and Dr. Peyron, believed to be caused by temporal lobe epilepsy.

‘In general, people with epileptic activity in the left hemisphere write and people with right brain epileptic activity engage in the visual arts, such as drawing, painting…

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Stars, in Mind

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Image: The Hobbit Hole at Arch Inn ~ Artist unknown


STARS IN MIND  Rich lapis blues and sunbeam golds, rivers of universe, curling in scrolls. Whirlpools of passions immersed, celestial air curves, harmonic swirls. A cosmic orchestra of mystical lights, eddy’s and swirls of colourful delights. Aligned within creation of human origin, looking out, a fusion, as infinity within. Circles, rings, immersed in white codes, amongst greens, violets, pink and golds. Melding of all polarities, returning to one, the seeing senses, to be reflected upon. More alive and multicoloured than sky, wanting to share what he saw with eyes. Having the world of time in his hands, pondering impressions of French lands. There were great movements at work, currents of dashed air, he could twerk. Brushes and easel tucked under arm, he had that kind of other worldly charm. His face was gaunt, elongated and slim, focused…

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269- The End Days of 365 Thanks Giving 🦃🎃🥧

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This is going to be an interesting post, for sure!

Today, I’m giving thanks for the following:

  1. White Out
  2. Fine point pens
  3. Extension chords
  4. Socket adapters
  5. Self cleaning appliances
  6. Holiday decorations tutorials
  7. Blogging, where I found my voice
  8. Sand sculptures
  9. Wide open spaces
  10. Popcorn topping
  11. Vicks scented tissues
  12. Highway
  13. Four leaf clovers
  14. Edible wildflowers
  15. Dreams
  16. Girls who play with “boy” toys
  17. Boys who play with “girl” toys
  18. Cotton fields
  19. Fresh sweet watermelon
  20. Showers
  21. Body wash with pump tops
  22. Moments of sudden silence
  23. Unexpected incontrollable laughter
  24. Granted wishes
  25. Pottery before it’s cooked
  26. Watching an individual doing what he/she loves
  27. Female wolves defending male wolves
  28. People accomplishing what they never thought they could
  29. Spoon rests
  30. Corkscrews
  31. All the multiple positions of adult fun
  32. Emojis
  33. Talk to text
  34. Air gyms
  35. Bee Keepers
  36. Bravery
  37. Encouragement from others
  38. Plenty of food in my kitchen
  39. The Flintstones
  40. Fish oil capsules
  41. All the different types of scientists

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