What is life?

From time to time, my mind takes me places where I ponder about some of life’s greatest questions. Somehow, I stumbled on what I might consider life’s greatest question about life itself, what is life? The first answer that flashed in my mind was “Life is what you make it, so make it great”. I thought that immediate answer was worth noting. I proceeded to take out my paint brushes, my acrylic paints, my canvas and I went to work.

The painting came out exactly how I envisioned it.

I wanted the background colors to create a representation of blended ideas, experiences, similarities and differences all coming together to show uniqueness. And, from all those blended colors, you piece together what makes you unique and great.

You just make it your own!

Life is what you make it

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