April 7

Uncertainty of existence

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Future Perfect Now #​​82

​We are at a turning point in our existence and nothing will ever be the same again. We cannot return to what we regarded as ‘normal’, as it was precisely that ‘normal’ that was the problem. And these statements are true, every day of our lives. That shows us what our impetus, our mode of existence, has to be. It has to be creativity. There is no other answer. Unless we embrace creativity every day, we are succumbing to a way of being that destroys our spirit and neutralizes our souls. Because the way we are designed dictates that we move forward, learn, experiment with a good and sincere heart. There is no other type of progress, and we would be fools to think there is. In a way, it is obvious, what I am saying here, yet we have so much in us that simply wants to stop, keep the success we have found, hang on to and repeat experiences that gave us comfort or joy, in the hope that this will be enough to sustain our psyche. But it never is. Second-hand experiences, repeated highs are only ever a poor sequel to the initial event. Who are we kidding? Not ourselves or anyone else. This is it, folks. The time is only now so we are compelled to think anew, constantly, and push ourselves beyond our comfort or coping zones, and really discover the best, the most amazing, the un​experienced fantastic potential of who we really are.

​​An excerpt from Lewis Evans' new book:
Future Perfect Now

​Find out more about this groundbreaking book

​About this ​image

​​Un​certainty of existence: ​​oil on canvas ​​
31.5 x 47.5 inches

​​​We are indeed living in strange times. I post this as the coronavirus pandemic reaches new heights, as people are ​fraught with uncertainty as to the voracity of the virus and the relevance and efficacy of measures being taken to combat it. And, as it spreads, we see ​behaviours changing and we suspect there are plans for mass compulsory vaccinations that will solve nothing and most likely cause harm, as well as tightening of controls on populations and the curtailing of civil liberties. What have we become?

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About the author 

Lewis Evans

Lewis is a multidisciplinary creative. A prolific artist, he works with a 'beginners mind', using a wide range of painting, cartoon, video and other media. He is an author and also coaches and provides brand development and marketing communications consultancy worldwide.

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  • WOW. Lewis, I simply cannot wait to immerse into this creation from your seemingly limitless wellspring of inspiration and wisdom. How timely – I like your “take” on what is swirling about our global family – time to take personal responsibility for assessing truth and creating a new paradigm, a brand new “normal”. Brilliant and Bravo!

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    • Wow! thank you Christine! I will be posting a few of these in the upcoming weeks as I get the book ready for print. I hope you will take a look at the page that is linked, so you can see what it is about, and let me know what you think.

      XXX
      Lewis

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