Blog / 2017 / Joyful Serenity
August 13, 2017
The following is one of the questions I am asked in an interview with Framablog:
You give the impression that you live in joyful serenity. Your portraits are full of light and colors. Are there things that hurt you? That make you sad?
It’s a question that reveals at least as much in the asking as I can in the answering. To me, it seems to say:
The tremendous effort you put into being a cheerful influence in the world has worked, but it has also flattened you out, making you a little less than real.
In other words, it’s time to make some changes.
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