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Advice From Seniors You Will Be Foolish Not To Pay Heed To

Life isn’t always rainbows and butterflies and we all go through tough times. Going through life without guidance is like trying to ride a bike before learning how to walk. Of course, you may eventually get better at it, but the scars you bear along the way will be with you forever. It is important to understand what someone’s saying, their perspective and why they’re saying it. Everyone has a unique background and a unique story, and applying someone’s words of wisdom will help you revamp yourself and way of thinking. In the article 5 pieces of essential life advice from seniors by Kate Torgovnick May, she shares five beautiful advises from seniors that will bring your life into balance, showing how experience of seniors accumulated after years of trial and error can improve how you live your life and how you can find happiness in the smallest of things and find hope in the gravest of perils. Been there, done that  It’s important to take advice that touches your heart and mind an

Animals Painting by George Boorujy George Boorujy is a New...

Animals Painting by George Boorujy George Boorujy is a New York-based artist who paints detailed, large-scale animal portraits with ink. Intending to pursue a career as a marine biologist, George ended up with a bachelor of fine arts degree from the University of Miami in 1996. This degree led him to a master of fine arts degree from the School of Visual Arts in New York City in 2002. Since then, George’s work has been exhibited widely in the U.S. and internationally.   Art not only for connoisseurs. Posted by Margaret   via

Animals Painting by George Boorujy George Boorujy is a New... crss

Animals Painting by George Boorujy George Boorujy is a New York-based artist who paints detailed, large-scale animal portraits with ink. Intending to pursue a career as a marine biologist, George ended up with a bachelor of fine arts degree from the University of Miami in 1996. This degree led him to a master of fine arts degree from the School of Visual Arts in New York City in 2002. Since then, George’s work has been exhibited widely in the U.S. and internationally.   Art not only for connoisseurs. Posted by Margaret   via crss

Listen Their Stories With Your Ears And Process With Your Heart

We feel emotional for what we have been through, and feel so little for other people most of the times. We can always act more gentle, loving to the other people we met. If you only know their names, not their stories, try to understand and use your heart to feel their stories. The post Listen Their Stories With Your Ears And Process With Your Heart appeared first on Lifehack . from Lifehack http://ift.tt/2jiT58T

Street art by Drew Merritt Drew Merritt aspires to earn the...

Street art by Drew Merritt Street art by Drew Merritt Street art by Drew Merritt Street art by Drew Merritt Street art by Drew Merritt Street art by Drew Merritt Street art by Drew Merritt Street art by Drew Merritt Street art by Drew Merritt Street art by Drew Merritt  Drew Merritt aspires to earn the title of artist, and he works hard to convey a broad spectrum of feelings. Feelings of Loneliness, vanity, and even contentment. He paves a highway into the emotional world (visually) by creating empathy in the viewer. The use of vivid colors and his almost graphic style creates a visual biography around the subject, showing who they are, and where they’ve been. His ever-changing body of work utilizes a vast array of mediums and textures while putting classic subjects in a contemporary setting. Check our Facebook for more original art. Posted by Very Private Art

Street art by Drew Merritt Drew Merritt aspires to earn the... crss

Street art by Drew Merritt Street art by Drew Merritt Street art by Drew Merritt Street art by Drew Merritt Street art by Drew Merritt Street art by Drew Merritt Street art by Drew Merritt Street art by Drew Merritt Street art by Drew Merritt Street art by Drew Merritt  Drew Merritt aspires to earn the title of artist, and he works hard to convey a broad spectrum of feelings. Feelings of Loneliness, vanity, and even contentment. He paves a highway into the emotional world (visually) by creating empathy in the viewer. The use of vivid colors and his almost graphic style creates a visual biography around the subject, showing who they are, and where they’ve been. His ever-changing body of work utilizes a vast array of mediums and textures while putting classic subjects in a contemporary setting. Check our Facebook for more original art. Posted by Very Private Art crss