Peace & Harmony With A Floral Canvas
So one can exist in this world, we consume and expel air, water, food plus utilize some rudimentary living tools. This automatically requires progress; one cannot be still. As a result, we have got to interact with the surroundings; total isolation is unfeasible We give away the air we breath in addition to the water and food that pass through us, and next we have to hunt for more. That is the means of existence for animals on planet Earth. And it is all we are required to bother doing yet we get increasingly clouded and intricate. We work in jobs which might be not entirely proper because we have a tendency to think that economic benefits can someway work to fit our spiritual side. That may be living in fear and such convictions deplete the individual, community, furthermore the circle of life. Our habit of unnatural living has just about irredeemable costs.
So as a tonic for our testing way of life a floral canvas print can evoke a feeling of calm and reconciliation with life. Possibly we have always been in a battle with the natural world. Images of our forebears living in total harmony with their surroundings are all nice, except when you imagine Maori driving the moa off cliffs until cannibalism grew to be a survival skill. Or the effect of Aboriginal fire-stick agriculture in frying Australia's endangered megafauna, not to mention local climate. Floral wall art can recreate the feeling of peace in your home even if the apparent assumption is it has been conflict from the start.
In truth, our compliance to struggle with nature, and prevail is commonly found as a key ingredient in our everyday life. Just like America's is at this point a war economy stuck for the previous 60-odd years and the indefinite future, accordingly the global economy has developed to depend on a lasting war footing so as it can carry on surviving.
Adverse reaction to change is strong and is hindered by our war tendency. Resembling any addict we shift into renunciation, even as we apply the war mechanism in defence of warfare itself. As a result, we pay out vast sums creating the unrealistic ambition of "clean" coal, strengthening our exploitative philosophy whereas we have a tendency to dismiss renewable resources as overly expensive. People devote substantial ingenuity to carry on our decadence instead of find ways to spend less. We tend to regard the cost of shifting our routine, but not of varying the world around us.