Photography, Flower,, and Meditation: Carlota Jaramillo πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡¨

The Cycle, Speed, and Rhythm Of Ungratefulness! A Journey With CARLOTA JARAMILLO and Her Recording Of, "La Ingratitud!" πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡¨

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There is a process and image towards an ungrateful Spirit. It has the ability to wither away the most beautiful and intimate things. Ingratitude is a virus, which festers; all the while, slowly eating away at the mind, body, and Soul. It can start off on a moderate pace, only to increase in its intensity.

Look, below. It’s a beautiful image of an Ecuadorian rose. Blossoming and blooming. Now, just imagine not appreciating its beauty. Imagine its beauty slowly deteriorating and being ruined by the Spirit of ingratitude. It’s a source of abuse; a feeling of entitlement. Feeling of having a right to something, which had not been earned on one’s own initiative.

Now, imagine how an ungrateful nature can ruin the beauty, within any song.

Carlota Jaramillo
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