Spiders do not laugh

Pictures arise due to the received inspiration, yet people tend to admire not the Hope Giver but the artists. The world neglected God's Word and put the butterfly in the plaster. Spiders do not laugh. Yet I do not fear them. I liked the post about God by  ZenBananas. Read more here...http://zenbananas.com/stories/seeing-god/
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ZenBananas said...

Thanks for the link :)

I always appreciate your comments, Tomas.

Rev. Julieanne Paige, O.M.C. said...

Hi Tomas

I understand the 'butterfly in the plaster' idea more now. We do this to ourselves when we accept this world of separation and illusion rather than choosing the freedom of divinity. Love that :)

Many Blessings


Sandee said...

I read that post about God over at ZenBananas. Excellent indeed.

Have a terrific day Tomas. :)

AIDYs said...


I am immensely inspired. I have been by to your blog almost everyday since discovering, and each print, each painting, each picture allow for the most deep contemplation. I am fascinated by your use of pastels? Are these seasonal? Myself, most of the art I love to display on my blog has a fixed pattern. Your work has formed me into a new awe. A new way to think about my poetry. A new way to write kinder words.

Thank you. Your work is brilliantly fantastic.


Art of RetroCollage said...

Your first sentence says it all: people do not admire the Hope-giver or the Inspiration-Giver, but the artist. As Julieanne said, they accept this world of separation, & do not acknowledge that we are all at one with the Divine, that we are not separate.