My work identifies those who are homeless and live without fear of losing it "EVERYTHING" because they do not own goods and have no attachments.
Saying their names is a very effective way of separation.
We all have a vagabond inside because the lack is not material precisely, many of us spent begging for love and affection.
In each one of us lives the one who gives and the one who receives, the one who loves and the one who needs love, the one who cries and the one who smiles ... But our essence is much more than that. We chose to be THE SON, made in the image and likeness of our creator.
Idolatry is a refuge for the most vulnerable.
To live remembering the past is to die to the present ... To live imagining the future is to die to the present.
TIME IS FUNCTIONAL AND IT SERVES US AS A MEANS OF LEARNING ... IT CAN CREATE DETERIORATION ONLY IF IT PASSES IN VAN
In search of being someone or filling "gaps" we move from one place to another without being satisfied or loved. Love is not sought, love is what we are.
Oil/Canvas. 28X23" To see someone without a home is to see our own lack. Those who reflect our images, are our mirrors.
Oil/Canvas. 14X18 If we have attachment to material things or to people, we will SUFFER, no matter if we have more or if we have less.
Oil/Canvas. 28X23 With a large handkerchief they usually wrap their (few belongings) basic ... They are not afraid to lose something because they have nothing to lose.
They are looking through the garbage... They search without finding what they never learned to give, love.