teZa Lord was once an angst-ridden person who, early in her career, made art in celebration of fear and confusion, a delicious agony. Only after realizing that feelings of a shared communion with others, Love, gave her comfort did her work change. After fleeing the States to the West Indies for an entire decade during the Vietnam era, Nature itself became her teacher. Lord explored plants in the jungle, sailed the deep blue sea, shared her simple life with simple people. Like shape-shifting, her work documented Oneness with land, air, and sea creatures, and the elements, as she experienced a shared life-energy with All. Lord changed from being fear-full to celebrating the endless creative possibilities of Love—because she changed her thinking! She explains the power of our brain: how we think, we become. The creative Force of Love is a healing balm, the only solution for all the many challenges our crazy world faces today. Humankind itself is the many scrumptious flavors of Love!
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