Daily Archives: February 2, 2015

Word of the Week: Light


Picture this. The famous American artist Thomas Kinkade is painting a winter scene. Snow blankets the ground and the pine trees. Night is falling. The landscape is enveloped in semi-darkness. A cabin is shrouded in the shadows. The scene is one of gloom.

Then the artist adds some yellow, orange and brighter tints. He puts a cheerful glow on a lamp and lights the cabin windows. The golden ray reflects on the snow, The impression of the painting is completely transformed. In contrast to the cold darkness of the surrounding forest, the light creates a warm feeling of love and security. Continue reading

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