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It’s Okay to be Ok

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It’s Okay to be Ok

It’s Okay to be Ok: Never mind those thoughts that betray the devilish ones that rob us of our self-assurance. Even the most secure amongst us have a secret room inside our brains that is bolted shut. Somehow, through some mystical source of magic, the devious thoughts that are sequestered in that room become a mist and manage to seep through the tiniest of cracks and crevices. Once they break free, they reform and commence to do their dastardly deeds inside the mind. They're all about creating a lack of self-assuredness, which leads to, and you might have guessed it,...

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Idea Fountains Hiding in Your Thoughts

Posted by Angie Johnson on

Idea Fountains Hiding in Your Thoughts

Idea Fountains Hiding in Your Thoughts: Every work of art tells a story, outwardly and inwardly. The interpretations of this painting, although seemingly to be purely abstract; actually tells a story. The viewer of this work of art, or for that matter any work of art, has the profound opportunity to bring about their own explanation of what they are actually seeing. As simple as it may be described in just a few words, there are many opportunities to fashion a descriptive story in their own thoughts. . As the artist of this work, here's what it actually describes to...

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Fighting the Strawmen in Your Life

Posted by Angie Johnson on

Fighting the Strawmen in Your Life

Fighting the Strawmen in Your Life: You may not know exactly what Strawmen are, but I can almost guarantee you that you have one or most likely you have many, maybe more than your share in life. Chances are you're asking yourself right now, what are my Strawmen? They most typically are thoughts and ideas you tell yourself that are not true. When you have an argument with yourself and your mind chooses sides which creates a feeling of anxiety and stress. Strawmen are very much present to muck things up. . When you think of Strawmen in your life,...

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The Glow of Jazz in a Work of Art

Posted by Angie Johnson on

The Glow of Jazz in a Work of Art

The Glow of Jazz in a Work of Art: Music is the most fleeting of all art, but yet it can be the most deeply felt. Listening to music while painting can actually impact your brushstrokes, the more robust, the more flamboyant they become. Music in the background, as you mix color, can change the whole character of any work of art. . Jazz music, in all of its variations and musician interpretations, can make the painting process truly a wild ride. Anywhere from delusions of grandeur to deep feelings of melancholy. . How does this painting speak to you?...

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