Marine L. Rot


Heal the world - Dare to create


Heal the world
Dare to create

Don’t be shy
Pursue your passion

Can you hear it whisper?

Your voice wants to be heard
Your words to be written
Your colors to be spread

How could there be time for confusion?
Is there any space for hesitation?

Life is a divine canvas
We need you and your unique expression

Heal the world
Pursue your passion

With heARTistic smiles,
Marine L. Rot

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Submitted: Friday, May 16, 2014

Topic(s): creation


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