Tree Of Self Insight

Paulo Zerbato

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Mnchen, Ba - Germany

Wonderful contrary and also a metaphor, a complex idea. I like your art Paulo! f/v

Paulo Zerbato replied:

Thank you very much my friend Florin for your magnificent comment!!!

Philadelphia, PA - United States

I love this!!

Paulo Zerbato replied:

Im very grateful with your comment my friend Bill! Thank you!

East Palo Alto, Ca - United States

Absolutely amazing work Paulo, your work is really touching, well done!

Paulo Zerbato replied:

Im very honored with your magnificent comment my dear Lucia! Thank you very much!!!

Gary, IN - United States

Very deep and calm! I love it. f/v

Paulo Zerbato replied:

Thank you very much Mihyoun!!! Im honored!!!

Espinho, Es - Portugal

Awesome!!!! v/f

Paulo Zerbato replied:

Thank you dear Sandra!!!! This is amazing!!!

Elgin, IL - United States

Love this!! Wonderful!! :^} jrr

Paulo Zerbato replied:

Im very grateful for your great comments my friend!!!

Ponce, PR - Puerto Rico

Hsin Hsin Ming Inscribed on the Believing Mind The Great Way is not difficult for those who have no preferences. When love and hate are both absent everything becomes clear and undisguised. Make the smallest distinction, however, and heaven and earth are set infinitely apart. If you wish to see the truth then hold no opinions for or against anything. To set up what you like against what you dislike is the disease of the mind. When the deep meaning of things is not understood the mind's essential peace is disturbed to no avail. * The Way is perfect like vast space where nothing is lacking and nothing is in excess. Indeed, it is due to our choosing to accept or reject that we do not see the true nature of things. Live neither in the entanglements of outer things, nor in inner feelings of emptiness. Be serene in the oneness of things and such erroneous views will disappear by themselves. When you try to stop activity to achieve passivity your very effort fills you with activity. As long as you remain in one extreme or the other you will never know Oneness

Paulo Zerbato replied:

Im very deep touched with your so awesome reflection dear friend Yanire!! It adds much value and open news interpretation of the artwork!!! No words.....Honestly you captured the essence of this work!! Amazing! Thank very very much!!

Ponce, PR - Puerto Rico

To A GREAT TOUCHING CONCEPTUAL ARTIST, My must humble opinon, your sensitty in above many artist inf FAA, you are not that get impress easily, you are a thinker, that trhu painting of photograph know how to found the message of the artists. Many many years of success are just ahead the turn of the corner, Blessings, Yanire

Paulo Zerbato replied:

Im honored with your magnificents words dear Yanire!! Thank you very much!

So Bernardo Do Campo, SP - Brazil

Thanks Jeff and Cheri for the great comments/interpretations!!

Decatur, AL - United States

I love this piece. Introspective gazing, something I feel often and love to do while sitting in nature.

Hicksville, NY - United States

Great art Paulo. Deep & introspective. Thank you for commenting on my photos.

So Bernardo Do Campo, SP - Brazil

Thank you Kathy!! Im very happy you liked!

Peoria, AZ - United States

Powerful!! Love this Paulo!!

So Bernardo Do Campo, SP - Brazil

Thanks Marlene and Katerina for so kind words!!

Sparta - Greece

Wonderful Paulo!

Poquoson, VA - United States

Hi Paulo! What soul this piece has! Very beautiful and meaningful! I think it was Socrates who said:"The unreflected life is not worth living."...or something like that. We never stop learning about ourselves and, as artists, we certainly do learn much about ourselves,don't we? Hugs full of love to you,Paulo. Your friend in the USA,Marlene

So Bernardo Do Campo, SP - Brazil

Few people really want to know yourself... all prefer to live there on the surface of the iceberg and not suspecting that carries whitin itself. Yes, it is very difficult to understand these "two or more worlds" exist within our psyche. Thanks Rod!

Bedford, NS - Canada

Perhaps wholeness is a weave of perceptions and the subconscious, of inner and external movements, that for some strange reason or another we insist are two foreign disparate realms. I wonder if we can ever comprehend of how magnificent we all are, from skin to soul.

So Bernardo Do Campo, SP - Brazil

Thanks Holly and Carol!! Encouraging words..I am very happy!

Tampa, FL - United States

Awesome!

Portland, OR - United States

Deep... and very beautiful

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