What stands for happiness? .. velvet darkness of ocean, peppermint dew of the rose…
In the eyes of Our Lord we all meant for the future sheer perfection that will surge our breaths, intimate conversation between Creator and his creation at full force.. That magnificent call will arrive to our souls as enhanced revelation or as turbulent time that demands our hearts and tears..
We waited, yet trembling with anticipation.
It’s used to be said that some events invite our life as an unsolved fate from our unknown ancestors..
Yet, the closer we come to Lord, the more we understand that’s on his hand even the most drastic state appears as our Transfiguration when our broken lenses suddenly sharpen to magnify his deepened voice …
So, it’s up for the artist to transform that private Journey into Universal artifact.
The closest word I can find for this mystery is benediction. In everyday reality my troubled state is alert and aware of other people’s infinite possibilities that lack on my side, but with it only comes evermore urgency to strive and get better… Here I’m at the verge of stealing glances from stranger, open my heart and soul with single demand don’t pass bay, hold, notice, and breathe. World is incredible and YOU are even more precious as YOU are!!
Autor by photo is Aksinya Abiagam
My name is Viktoriya Gorelik. I have never drawn. Because of my cerebral palsy, I have never had any skills for drawing. Yes, I have always wanted, but all my attempts were wasted.
Once I met a drawing teacher accidentally in church. She invited me to her class in which she showed new drawing skills. The classes took place in JASA. I started attending and trying different skills, and gradually I mastered drawing.
I went there for ten years, but last year I was prohibited because I am young and don’t have Medicare. But for me, drawing is an escape and a charge. Because of drawing, my motor skills and speech developed. I left there two pictures: one was finished, but the other was not. Yes, I would like to continue attending at least in order to finish the last one Four Seasons.
Now I am learning to draw on an iPad at home. Yes, it is very difficult to draw on an iPad because my hands, arms, back, and shoulders hurt after drawing, but it is awfully interesting. It is surely less difficult to draw on paper and under the teacher’s supervision than on an iPad and by myself. I hope that I will be allowed to attend in the nearest future, but for now… iPad only.
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