The Inspirational Flamingo Family

This week I’m featuring a series of art prints I created that were inspired by a project I took on for a kids room. The series is five prints of flamingos done in an abstract style. On each of the prints I added a word of inspiration. The series has a whimsical look to brighten the day and words of inspiration to guide our way.

I’m starting with “Family”. Family represents many things to each of us. It could mean your immediate biological family or an extended family or a work family or even the family of man. We are in this together as family from our individual households to the planet as a whole.

The next one is “Faith”. We have faith that we will get through this together as family.

Next is “Hope” which springs from faith. We have hope in the best outcome or hope in a better future than the present situation.

Next in line is “Peace”. Our faith and hope lead us to a feeling of peace. Live each moment “in the moment”. There is nothing but the current moment in our lives. The past is just that and the future has not happened.

Stay focused on the present moment and enjoy our next message “Love”. Love springs eternal and connects us to each other. Love celebrates the present moment and enriches our lives. Love for ourselves and love for each other.

As the “family of man” on this planet we call earth, we have faith, hope, peace and love. May we be well and take care of each other.

Thoughts?

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48 thoughts on “The Inspirational Flamingo Family

  1. Writing to Freedom

    What a beautiful post Kirt. I love your inspiring words. They certainly are the foundations for life and turning this challenge into something good. Thank you my friend/ family. 💝

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  2. Darlene

    There is something about flamingos. I love how you depicted them with each representing something meaningful. I can imagine a little girl waking up to them on her wall. Stay safe.

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  3. Diane Henders

    Lovely prints, and lovely thoughts, Kirt – thank you! I find myself frequently reminding myself of the wisdom of your words: “The past is just that and the future has not happened.” I’m working on living in the moment – a tough challenge for a “planner” like me!

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    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      Thanks for the feedback Diane!! I also appreciate your feedback on living in the moment. I have always struggled with that as I’m a planner and control freak. It’s still a daily reminder to myself but I’m so much better and it feels so much better! Keep after it!! Be well!!

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  4. Teagan R. Geneviene

    Kirt, I absolutely love your hopeful, peaceful, faithful flamingos! I’ve thought of them on and off since you showed some about a year ago. In fact I thought of them when I created my post for Wednesday. Tomorrow is National Draw a Bird Day! Hugs on the wing.

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  6. Canuck Carl

    These abstracts are amazing Kirt, and the simple messages they convey. You embrace so many different styles of artwork, which I have so much respect for. Thank you so much for sharing! 🙏😀

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  7. Sue Slaght

    Kirt these bright images exude hope. Your messages are words we should each take o heart during these times of crisis. A bright spot in my day to visit. Thank you.

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  8. Sandy Miller

    I have a friend who loves flamingos. Sent her this link as she is in Iowa City, again, as her cancer has returned. She enjoyed these pictures and words so much!!

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