Latin Saying- Semper inops quicumque cupit
Meaning- Whoever desires is always poor
When we want something, when we ache for and desire something we don’t have, our energy focuses on the thing we are lacking. Even if we receive it, our focus moves on to the next thing we desire, holding us captive in the space of never full and always hungry.
Gratitude shifts our energy to what we have.
The more we practice it, the more we recognize how abundant our lives really are.
Desire makes us poor.
Gratitude makes us rich.
This piece is part of my "Dead Language, Undead Truth" collection, which includes black and white illustrations that symbolize the latin phrase I paired them with.
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