I find it curious that an artist, a painter, in fact, like Monet, could do a series of pieces involving the changing impressions he captured as the light moved across his subject cathedral. (He arranged his canvases such that he moved from one easel to another following the changing light.)

What’s curious is that painters can approach subjects from various perspectives and it’s considered as part of their genius; whereas, in life, when I approach a subject from various perspectives from shifting light, I’m considered odd, if not totally whack… I’m just saying…

I get told to simply make up my mind and keep only looking at things in a certain light…

And I won’t. It would be a lie.

You see, I’ve been focusing on love and it looks beautiful from every angle in any light.

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