Painting for Brotherly Love

Brotherly love cropped starsBrotherly Love by Debbie Arambula

Over the past many years, I have observed and huge increase in the lack of common decency, kindness, and compassion. Bulling is a subject of daily news and unfortunate tragedies plague our communities nationwide and now worldwide.

When a community, neighborhood, city, or country suffers a loss this can leave a dismal feeling of despair and sadness.

I have always believed that we are a team in this game called life and respecting one another; no matter what religion, culture, color, creed, or political beliefs is our individual responsibility. And true change in a society takes an honest view and a choice & willingness to make the changes, lies in our intentions and the actions and demonstrate, all this combined, create the outcome, our Outcome.

From my point of view community spirit and brotherly love are not an option, if we truly want to make a change for the better.

We hold the power in our hearts and create sanity in life and in the world around us by making good choices in life, that have a greater positive impact on our environments and the people in our lives. With common sense, good morals, and clean honest hearts we set good examples to create a better world for all.

Brotherly LoveAll of my Patriotic Flag Heart Art drawings were created the week after 911. With each piece I incorporate a 9 or an 11 or both, to honor 911, Firefighters, Police, First Responders and Veterans.  This piece is one of the last drawings that was created during 911 emotional turmoil. It has 11 hearts as stars and 9 red stripes. The tiny paper hearts are a combination of musical notes and words that are from Corinthians 13: “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth.”

My Patriotic Heart Art is all about spreading messages of love, a dream that one day, most us will step up to the plate and say yes “We are all in this together”. Like 911, Covid 19 is just another “Wake-up Call”. Brotherly Love is a piece that stands up for love, decency, respect, and good old-fashioned kindness.

This is the last small original painting that I have available in the flag series, it is available for sale. It is an 18 x 24 Original Mixed Media collage with Swarovski Chrystal’s.

For an opportunity to purchase the original call Debbie Arambula (408) 370-7278

For print and canvas giclee options please visit my website

Peace and Love series: https://www.debbiearambula.com/peace-and-love-art

2 thoughts on “Painting for Brotherly Love

  1. OMG your paintings turn on instant tears of happiness. I call them happy tears! Emotionally impacting; right to my HEART!! I am impressed! Really. Truly.

    Love,

    Christopher

    On Wed, Jun 24, 2020 at 4:59 PM The Heart Artist wrote:

    > Debbie Arambula posted: “Brotherly Love by Debbie Arambula Over the past > many years, I have observed and huge increase in the lack of common > decency, kindness, and compassion. Bulling is a subject of daily news and > unfortunate tragedies plague our communities nationwide and now ” >

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  2. Dearest Christopher,
    You are a bright light in my world and that you feel and understand my purpose and passion through my art is so so so appreciated. These stories are a refection of my heart and soul and now yours too. The fact that you see and feel what I feel is the beauty & power of the art. I thank you from the bottom of my heart for taking the time to share with me.
    Wishing you Peace and Love Always,
    Debbie Arambula
    http://www.TheHeartArtist.com

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