The American Dream suggests we hold the objects of comfort above all else. House in the suburbs with a double garage and a pool. These things are a trap. Mortgages, leases, and maintenance bills keep us chained to our desks or immediately dissatisfied with our meaningless stuff. Comfort is not the way to happiness. Comfort is a slow and painful death. Meaningful work, purpose, and creativity is what makes a life worth living. Nobody every wishes for a bigger car on the death bed.
Acrylic on gallery quality canvas, vanished. 48" x 48"