Brush strokes

Every day is a brush stroke of a painting in progress.

In the early strokes, no form is evident.

As the strokes progress, a pattern emerges, no form is apparent.

Then one stroke seems to connect all other strokes, shaping a distinctive form.

All other strokes build on that one stroke to accentuate the emerging form.

“Suddenly”, each stroke that came before now serves a purpose in the form now evident.

Be patient with form, it will come, as long as you keep painting.

– Osasu Oviawe

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