We need to accept our age. We need to accept many physical and mental illnesses and addictions. We need to accept the past. We need to accept others as they are. This isn’t to say we need to like it, or that we can’t work to make the best of each of these entities, but we need to relinquish the idea that we have any power or responsibility to change them. Once people realize they can accept instead of fighting things beyond their control, they realize they have much more time and energy for things they can impact.
The beautiful model Barbara Palvin, by me. I used mechanical pencils, color pencils and added a texture on Photoshop.
My unfinished oil painting:)
Single Topic Blog of the Day: Reasons Why My Son is Crying
Check out “Reasons My Son is Crying,” an anonymous dad’s daily Tumblr blog featuring photographs of his bawling toddler with captions describing all the inane reasons that made him upset, including (from top left, clockwise):
- He wasn’t allowed to drink bath water
- He was asked to play with his trains
- He wasn’t allowed to spill his ice water
- He was forbidden from drowning in a pond