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  • christineswebb - Christine Webb @christineswebb 6 hours ago
  • Tidal windstorms split trees and rock yet cannot last a day.
So much less, man's work.
February 16
2.5” x 4.25” in. (6.35 cm x 10.16 cm)
@moleskine extra small sketchbook with @staedtlermars watercolor pencils, watercolor travel brush @pilot.frixion/text (thumb included for scale) 
By @christineswebb 🕸
When a storm hits, an entire ocean of wind and rain is spent upon the land. Leaves are turned inside out, branches are torn, and even hard granite is worn away. But such gales seldom last an entire day. In spite of the tremendous amount of force that is released, the storm cannot last. 
If heaven's works cannot last a day, human works must be even less lasting. Governments barely survive from year to year, The rules of society are constantly being challenged, the family erodes, personal relationships decay, and one's career topples. Even the monuments of the world are now being destroyed by air pollution and neglect. Nothing last. It is simple fact that no event set in motion by humans beings last forever.
All our efforts are temporary. They borrow from pre-existing forces, ride the current of natural events, and disappear according to the dictates of the situation. It is best to realize the transitory nature of things and work with it. Understanding the worlds ephemeral nature can be the biggest advantage of all.
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The above words and all quotes from my sketch book are taken from the Dang Ming-Dao’s 365 Tao with pictures from people who influence me or photos I wanted to capture from my phone onto paper & make correlating pictures that go alone with the tao meditation of that day.
🖤 Tidal windstorms split trees and rock yet cannot last a day. So much less, man's work. February 16 2.5” x 4.25” in. (6.35 cm x 10.16 cm) @moleskine extra small sketchbook with @staedtlermars watercolor pencils, watercolor travel brush @pilot.frixion/text (thumb included for scale) By @christineswebb 🕸 When a storm hits, an entire ocean of wind and rain is spent upon the land. Leaves are turned inside out, branches are torn, and even hard granite is worn away. But such gales seldom last an entire day. In spite of the tremendous amount of force that is released, the storm cannot last. If heaven's works cannot last a day, human works must be even less lasting. Governments barely survive from year to year, The rules of society are constantly being challenged, the family erodes, personal relationships decay, and one's career topples. Even the monuments of the world are now being destroyed by air pollution and neglect. Nothing last. It is simple fact that no event set in motion by humans beings last forever. All our efforts are temporary. They borrow from pre-existing forces, ride the current of natural events, and disappear according to the dictates of the situation. It is best to realize the transitory nature of things and work with it. Understanding the worlds ephemeral nature can be the biggest advantage of all. • The above words and all quotes from my sketch book are taken from the Dang Ming-Dao’s 365 Tao with pictures from people who influence me or photos I wanted to capture from my phone onto paper & make correlating pictures that go alone with the tao meditation of that day. 🖤
  • Tidal windstorms split trees and rock yet cannot last a day. So much less, man's work. February 16 2.5” x 4.25” in. (6.35 cm x 10.16 cm) @moleskine extra small sketchbook with @staedtlermars watercolor pencils, watercolor travel brush @pilot.frixion/text (thumb included for scale) By @christineswebb 🕸 When a storm hits, an entire ocean of wind and rain is spent upon the land. Leaves are turned inside out, branches are torn, and even hard granite is worn away. But such gales seldom last an entire day. In spite of the tremendous amount of force that is released, the storm cannot last. If heaven's works cannot last a day, human works must be even less lasting. Governments barely survive from year to year, The rules of society are constantly being challenged, the family erodes, personal relationships decay, and one's career topples. Even the monuments of the world are now being destroyed by air pollution and neglect. Nothing last. It is simple fact that no event set in motion by humans beings last forever. All our efforts are temporary. They borrow from pre-existing forces, ride the current of natural events, and disappear according to the dictates of the situation. It is best to realize the transitory nature of things and work with it. Understanding the worlds ephemeral nature can be the biggest advantage of all. • The above words and all quotes from my sketch book are taken from the Dang Ming-Dao’s 365 Tao with pictures from people who influence me or photos I wanted to capture from my phone onto paper & make correlating pictures that go alone with the tao meditation of that day. 🖤
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