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Posts tagged ‘fear is a prison love is the exit’

Daily Prompt Love <3 Letting Someone In

22 July 2017

Make art inspired by this:

let someone love you

 

 

Daily Prompt Love Catch-Up <3 Healing, Exits, & Wisdom From Reverend Barber

2 July 2017

Make art about natural healing.

natural healing

3 July 2017

Make art about your exit strategy.

exit plan

4 July 2017

Make art inspired by this quote from the Reverend Dr. William Barber, II

rev barber

 

Daily Prompt Catch-Up <3 Attempting Peace in the Tumult

20 May 2017

Sewing without a pattern, a night gown I’ve wanted to attempt for months, but kept scaring myself out of trying. 

Make art about attempting something you’ve been scared to try. 

gown for prompt

 

21 May 2017

Make art about making moments of peace among the tumult. 

peace among tumult

Daily Prompt Love <3 Some People Just Need to Fight

16 April 2017

“He fought because he actually felt safer fighting than running.”
– Richard Adams

It’s hard to empathize with the combative life attitude until we look below the surface and see it’s a protective mechanism, meant to combat the anxiety produced from a world perceived as hostile. The need to fight is really just a signal of deep fear. 

Make art about the fear driving combative people, or about understanding and forgiving them. 

fear-is-a-prison-love-is-the-exit

Daily Prompt Love x 2 <3 Subversive and Fearless

21 March 2017

Make art about Love as subversive.

Love subversive Erica Jong

 

22 March 2017

Make art about fearlessness. 

tobias wolff fearlessness

Daily Prompt <3 A Question I Need To Ask

What are you afraid of? Make art about what you fear. 

 

Daily Prompt Love <3 Doing What's Right

1 December 2016

On December 1, 1955, in MontgomeryAlabama, Parks refused to obey bus driver’s order to give up her seat in the colored section to a white passenger, after the white section was filled.

Make art inspired by this, about doing what’s right. 

rosa-parks

 

 

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