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Mariska Digital Art Award
Outstanding Visual Impact
SoJie 18, August 2012

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THIS IS ONE OF MY GREAT MEMORYS…the song SMILE that I put up…I use to sing this to my little son Eddie when he was a little baby..

Don’t look back!! sometimes this the best thing to do unless the looking back is all good.We all have wonderful memories and we all have some not so good memories..I personally have learned to pick up the good things in my life and keep the bad ones in the file cabinet of my mind called forgive and definely forget!! Not much we can do about it….its over and done with. although I have to say they do pop up now and then….Some people have to look for help because those bad times have made them sick. With hope they have looked for help with those bad memories and can work thru them.with a good help them heal and let go of that past!! For those of you have heartaches this song Smile is for you…

This is a story from Genesis The Old Testament
About Sodom and Gamorrah

A group of Hebrews searching for a new home approach Sodom and Gomorrah, twin cities ruled by the ruthless Queen Bera. Bera permits the Hebrews to remain outside the cities and farm the land along the Jordan River, in the hopes that they will serve as a buffer against the fierce, nomadic Helamites, who have enlisted the aid of Bera’s vice-ridden brother, Astaroth, in plotting to take control of the two cities. On the night of Lot’s wedding to a former slave, Ildith, the Helamites attack the Hebrew camp; but Lot orders the destruction of a dam, and the Helamites are drowned in a raging flood. The Hebrews’ lands are destroyed by the flood, and the grateful Bera allows the homeless people to move into Sodom, where they become enterprising salt sellers. Though Lot prospers, he gradually sees the corrupting influence of life in the city. Lot kills Astaroth, who has violated both of his daughters, and Bera has him imprisoned. Two angels appear before Lot and instruct him to lead his people away from the wickedness of the cities before sunset, when Jehovah will destroy both Sodom and Gomorrah. Lot, miraculously freed from his chains, assembles those who will heed his warning and leads them into the mountains. At sunset, the earth splits apart and the two cities burn to ashes. Ildith ignores the Lord’s warning that “he who looks back upon the destruction of this place, does so in regret.” As she turns her head toward her former home, a bolt of lightning cracks across the sky, and she turns into a pillar of salt. The moral of this story to me is listen to God and his messengers the Angels.
Bible story from Genisis
This is a digital painting in gimpsoftware
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