Epilogue

Earth image credit: NASA

In summary, Ed’s Art Net is resending an old Bible message…

Love God, and love others as you love yourself.

Imagine if everyone did that!

Imagine if everyone was mentally healthy!

It’s a pipe dream, but I’m not the first and only human to ever wonder about that. 

It’s a shared dream about living in heaven on earth. It’s an integral part of Jesus’s instruction in how to pray to God the Father, “your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven”

What do you hope for the future generations of us to have? Heaven or Hell?

heaven “starts” with repentance and “begins” with forgiveness

hell “ends” life and “culminates” with hate

Understanding comes from the Spirit.

“On the threshold of a dream”

Building Ed’s Art Net has been a rewarding experience akin to meeting a stranger and not knowing what to expect. Then after a lengthy and healthy exchange becoming great friends!

I love the end of a project. It’s spiritual gratification to finish a work.

Artists finish their work and an audience completes it.

I’m finished… what happens next is up to you.

Sharing is at the heart of art.


Footnotes:

I admire bears!

I respect them. And I’m really impressed by their keen ability to sleep.

Bears don’t “beat around the bush”, they eat it! I love their demeanor, which is usually quiet, steadfast and to the point. As with most wild animals, they typically mind their own business and try to keep away from humans. Thusly making them smarter than dogs and cats. But if they lose their fear of humans because of readily available food, they most often end up being euthanized. 

So please don’t feed the bears!
Unless his name is Ed!


Credits:

Most of all, thanks to God who deserves ALL the credit!

Thanks to my family and friends for the help with spelling and grammar. But mostly for the life lessons, love, patience, and understanding!

The truest True lives inside us

Glory belongs to God!

Thank you for completing
Ed’s Art Net

Ed Caldwell (Bear)
Commonologist/Artist

Canton, Georgia USA
mailto:ed@eds-art.net

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