Portrait of Life

Imagine a beautiful landscape painting. The vibrant colors are expressed with great precision; the careful design and texture create a stunning realness and depth. The painting is magnificent… almost. There’s one misplaced black speck on the green leaves of the tree.

Does this blemish ruin the painting? No. One small brush stroke can fix the problem. Even without that final touch, the painting remains magnificent, albeit slightly specked.

What if we approached life this way? What if all the problems with ourselves and with others were only tiny blemishes on the canvas of the bigger picture?


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