The Power of Reflection



We must truly see our selves
in order to be our true selves.

As many of my images do, this began as a quick set of lines and then I saw the shape emerge.

At first, I was disturbed by this image.  I felt it was almost aggressive.

Then, I remembered hands symbolically represent our ability to be powerful and enact our agenda in the world.

There is positive energy in the physically large hand of the image, asking the figure to see its own reflection.

We can not enact our power in the world when we can not see ourselves in the world.



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