There’s a documentary called Grief Walker, which is on Netflix. I haven’t watched it yet. But this guy in the film was talking about hope I guess, and how hope keeps us out of the present moment. Being hopeful seems like it should be a good thing, right? But I think it can keep us from what’s really happening in the present moment. It can be a mask. It’s the made-up future. Or a way to be in denial almost sometimes. Same for hopelessness. It keeps you out of the present moment. But HOPE FREE… that is something altogether different. That’s where hope just doesn’t even exist because there’s nothing beyond RIGHT NOW. This moment. And right now everything is ok. There’s no story spinning, powerlessness, feeling unworthy, feeling guilty, feeling bad at all… there is just what is. Breath. Life. Mystery. Love. I’ll take that any day.
This is a print of a digital illustration.
It’s printed on archival white matte Epson paper with a small white border for easy framing/matting.
It will arrive signed and dated and will be shipped in a bend-proof mailer (or a sturdy cardboard tube for 13×19″ prints).