58 thoughts on “An accurate depiction of mental illness.

  1. Oh la la I really like this!! I also like the idea of broken is beautiful, that Japanese custom of repair pottery with gold to highlight the imperfections and bond it back together. The more cracks, the more beauty is there. It’s really true. Our scars make us beautiful, just like that song, right my friend😊

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  2. Indeed, in people, the scariest are those who pretend that everything is alright because when their limit is reached, it will lead to a bigger problem.

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  3. That is how my spiritual journey began in seriousness Vee; when I realised that however happy, smart and loved and beautiful people may look : when you go deeper into their lives; there is always some pain β€” could be health, relationships or financial. What is inside isn’t the same as it looks from outside! That being so what are we doing here? What is the way out? How can we be really and truly happy? The journey continues and it is beautiful πŸ’•πŸ€—

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    1. This is true – we all have something behind the scenes that people may, or may not, know about. And we have to learn to live with that and who we can talk to or who we shouldn’t talk to, etc..

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  4. I absolutely love this and can relate to it so well! I do acrylic pours and I soon realized that they represented my bipolar brain better than anything I could write or say. I hope you don’t mind if I post my art on my blog in a similar way. πŸ™‚

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