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Nature as Religion by SeaFairy Nature as Religion by SeaFairy
Nature as Religion.





This is...a sad and positive piece at once. It is about acceptence, respect and wonder. I have made a very sad and gripping experiencetoday, which I don't want to mention here, yet.
Ihave learned, that when it comes to certain things the human being is as helpless as an animal, and that, infront of nature, we are all the same, infront of life, infront of death, we are all the same. Of course that knowledge has always been somewhere, but today it "sank in" and made me accept that fact.
I feel myself having crawled a step closer to nature.
It is difficult to accept and to understand, but it is at the same time beauty and full of wonders no human individual could ever create.
I have met life today, I have met nature.








One of my closest pieces ever...
-Lilly
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I-Am-A-Flying-Bird 3 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
This piece is truly stunning. The colors complement each other well; her red hair draws me to her dace. The description also adds a lot of depth to this picture. 
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:iconseafairy:
thanks for your kindness - its very old ;)
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:iconcorruptpudding:
corruptpudding Sep 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Beautiful
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:icontsadiah:
We are all connected to the heavens and the earth.
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:iconazchowdhury:
Title: Islam for Muslim and Non-Muslim. Learn more about Prophet Jesus (PBUH)

Assalamowalikum,

Dear All,

Click the following link now!

www.truereligion.co.nr

Allah Hafiz
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:iconseafairy:
thanks for the link :)
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:iconmayabayoglu:
MayaBayoglu Oct 30, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
actually the description impressed me more than the picture, however they complete eachother. Very beautiful, the idea.
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