Homo homini lupus

Natas

Prague, Czechia

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“Homo homini lupus " or when angels fall and stars crying. Canvas measuring 90 × 60 cm, oil paints, goose quill.

Homo Homini Lupus is a Latin proverb, translated as: Man is a wolf to man. Latin proverb is engraved into the picture.

When we are born we have a star which shines. We are a blank sheet of paper. We dream. Parents are to us all. They teach us. When you want to fulfill your dreams, do not always meet with understanding. Parents can see our future differently.

Child comes into the world to fulfill the wishes of their parents. Nerodia, therefore, to be workers. Life is not just a job and money.

Do not take your dreams. Give in, you will prepare an illusion. Fall, make you up again.

Are not always smiles and hug honest. Break changing face. Learn to recognize. The best friend I can hurt you.

The picture is a reminder of the period when I fell and lost illusions. I stood up. I’m still fighting for my idea of being.

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