“False eloquence is exaggeration; true eloquence is emphasis.” – William R. Alger
Passion is an uncontrollable sensation that stirs inside your soul. When you’re truly passionate about your beliefs, an interest or a cause, it resides in your bones. It becomes a reason for living. At times, it consumes our daily thoughts.
This painting is called Emphasis because it illuminates significance and attention. The colors black and yellow used together often symbolize warning. As such, we must pay attention to our inner passion and cultivate it—bring it to life.
Are you placing enough emphasis on what you’re passionate about?
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