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This artist is just too good. I want to use software like this :(

This artist is just too good. I want to use software like this :(

When it comes to the shadow-self,time does not heal&things we thought we have moved beyond can still haunt us.Even events such as being bullied in school as a child can easily be profoundly negatively assimilated by a young mind still forming a sense of self-identity.This can deeply install subconscious identities,beliefs,&life-long ongoing thought patterns such as “There’s something wrong with me,I’m not good enough..,people are cruel & dangerous,&my role in life is as a victim”.-Brad…

When it comes to the shadow-self,time does not heal&things we thought we have moved beyond can still haunt us.Even events such as being bullied in school as a child can easily be profoundly negatively assimilated by a young mind still forming a sense of self-identity.This can deeply install subconscious identities,beliefs,&life-long ongoing thought patterns such as “There’s something wrong with me,I’m not good enough..,people are cruel & dangerous,&my role in life is as a victim”.-Brad…

Draw

Draw

Barack Obama in vector

Barack Obama in vector

Surrealist Photography

Surrealist Photography

Female Character Illustration

Female Character Illustration

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asian man studio shot Search Results

Red Monster Vector Character #cartooncharacter #vectorcharacter #character #vector

Red Monster Vector Character #cartooncharacter #vectorcharacter #character #vector

Vector Shock Android Wallpaper HD

Vector Shock Android Wallpaper HD

ufukorada:    “There’s a sacredness in tears. They are not the mark of weakness, but of power. They speak more eloquently than ten thousand tongues. They are messengers of overwhelming grief … and unspeakable love.” — Washington Irving

ufukorada: “There’s a sacredness in tears. They are not the mark of weakness, but of power. They speak more eloquently than ten thousand tongues. They are messengers of overwhelming grief … and unspeakable love.” — Washington Irving