31 days, 31 drawings: #Inktober2017

I promised myself I’d participate in this years Inktober—despite the incessant discord of life’s current sequence of notes.

According to Inktober.com, for those who don’t know, “Every October, artists all over the world take on the Inktober drawing challenge by doing one ink drawing a day the entire month.”

Inktober provides a prompt for artist but, I’ve instead been creating art with positive messages, most centering on the message of loving peace. Follow me on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram to see them all.

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“Friends Not Food”

I was born with a mission to help others. As a child, severe timidity and tumultuous environments made this difficult. So, I gravitated towards animals. I gave more love to my fur babies than most mothers gave to their own children. 

“Friends Not Food” is one of many future pieces of art work with a divine message. Since my sister’s death in March and my mom’s diagnosis with brain cancer a month later, there has been a force guiding me to regain a spark I once had in my early teens to early twenties to deliver messages of compassion, peace, love, and hope. 

I’ve had hesitation to touch upon certain taboo subjects as I was taught they would turn certain people off. I accept the reality of this and embrace the law of the universe, to attract other high frequency beings wanting similar paths. 

What we stand up for and educate others on, if for the greater good of all, will benefit us all, now and forever. If my art eases the suffering of just one, I have achieved a wondrous goal. We all have a responsibility to be a better version of ourselves, for ourselves and for betterment of the entire universe. 

I was born with a mission to help others. As a child, severe timidity and tumultuous environments made this difficult. So, I gravitated towards animals. I gave more love to my fur babies than most mothers gave to their own children. “Friends Not Food” is one of many future pieces of #ArtWork with a divine message. Since my sister’s death in March and my mom’s diagnosis with brain cancer a month later, there has been a force guiding me to regain a spark I once had in my early teens to early twenties to deliver messages of compassion, peace, love, and hope. I’ve had hesitation to touch upon certain taboo subjects as I was taught they would turn certain people off. I accept the reality of this and embrace the law of the universe, to attract other high frequency beings wanting similar paths. What we stand up for and educate others on, if for the greater good of all, will benefit us all, now and forever. If my art eases the suffering of just one, I have achieved a wondrous goal. We all have a responsibility to be a better version of ourselves, for ourselves and for betterment of the entire universe. #compassion #peace #love #PlantBased #FishAmnestyDay #ReasonsToGoVegan #Veg #vegetarian #VeganArt #NoMeat #NoDairy #TrueHappinessIs #animalRights #happiness #health #friends #ShopWithYourHeart #peta #wellness #vegan

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