Identifying with another person is an essential process for human beings. It is commonly seen throughout the world as people adapt and change with new styles of clothing, language, behavior, etc., which is illustrated by infants that begin to mirror the facial expressions and body movements of their mother as early as the first days of their lives. This process is highly related to compassion because of the fact that sympathizing with others is possible with people from different countries, cultures, locations, etc. A possible source of this process of identifying with others comes from a universal category called, "Spirit". Toward the late 1970s, very different cultures and nations around the world took a turn to religious fundamentalism,...
You can take a person out of the art, but you canít take the art out of a person.
I have been painting, drawing and photographing ever since I was a little girl. I used to have two interests in my life; art and animals. But my mother insisted on that I should get a ďrealĒ education and be able to pay my own bills. So I just picked law school and became a lawyer. This made me able to get a job somewhere in the Norwegian government. Iím not earning a lot, but I can pay some bills, just like my mother wanted me to.
So now I can consentrate on my art and on my horses and other animals. I'm doing painting and photographing, and I enjoy developing my pictures into digital art. And I also make the most remarkable books....
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