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Artsploring

Exploring Life through Art

Life Goals

A few days ago, I found myself amidst a couple of friends talking about Online Sales Pro., and how much money people make out of it. Talk of, how wealthy they want their future selves to be. One of them […]

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The Genesis

So the painting you see, is not one of my works. It belongs to Tracy-Ann Marrison. She has amazing pieces of art; this one goes by the name “New Beginnings”. You should go see for yourself at (http://www.tracyannmarrison.co.uk/). One thing […]

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Life – just a Chrome game!

Did you know if you were using Google Chrome and your connection suddenly failed you could still play a game? Yeah, me too! I learned of that a few weeks ago. Try loading a page without a connection and when […]

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First Nomination Ever!

Rules 1.You have to thank the person who nominated you for this award and provide a link to their blog. 2.Nominate at least 10 bloggers of your choice. 3.link the nominees and inform them about their nomination. 4.share 7 facts […]

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Worth the Cost

Guess what, good people! I am alive! =) So for those who don’t know, I got involved in an accident last week, during a hockey match. Long story short, a hockey stick got slammed to my face. Like, OUCH. It […]

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Bunt

*Bunt; German word for ‘colorful‘ The Master Artist painted the earth and all its creatures in such a way that you can never get bored of staring into space. From our immediate surroundings of  different hues of green, and varying […]

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Just Do It!

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure“. I have always looked upon these lines written by Marianne Williamson as some form of a boost to getting out of […]

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Musicality

Being the first of my kind, let’s have a little “laugh”, shall we? I personally found what I’m about to say quite fascinating. Funny or ridiculous though it be, it’s really cool! Music is an art of its own kind. […]

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True Beau'(ty)

Diary Entry; Dated 17/08/2016 “So during our worship service today, the Kajiado girls presented a song in their mother tongue, Maasai, I suppose. One thing for sure is that I really did not understand the lyrics to the song, however, […]

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Notes on a Door

As a study, I did one of John Lovett‘s buildings in water color. His piece goes by the name “Notes on a Door” (you should check out the actual piece. It’s bolder); inspired by a doorway to an ancient church […]

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