used my creative potential in scientific, presentation, educational and tourism purposes as one of the brightest examples of how to keep your heritage from forgetfulness**more than just physical healing a broken heart, bitterness, frustration, questions,confusion, and dark memorie.
ordinarycharactersfates,peopleseparatedfrom the rest,divineorbestial,vibrantanddroppedto his kneesdeepestgrief
Now I'm searching every lonely place,Shadows come with the pain ,from the list of the things I've done..temporarily painful and depressing, sometimes thoughtful and nostalgic, a state of mind. It is a purely subjective mood that can be transferred to the objective world, and we can talk about "melancholy sunset" or "melancholy autumn";This image was created from my hands, brush strokes and pen, has undergone a metamorphosis, sketch existed but for me it is constantly changing;double-edgedfeelingthatconstantlyprovidesfooditself,in whichthe soulenjoys herloneliness,but in thatsatisfactionagainbecomesmoreaware ofhisloneliness":"joyinsorrow","sadlyjoy"or"sadgrandeur", modernmelancholymood thatis essentiallyenhancedself-awareness,since theegothataround whichrevolvethe sphere ofjoy and sorrow
in aspecial relationshipwith Saturnin the gapbetweenartanddivine creation, the otheras an illustrationof Plato'sdialogueon beauty,whereangelicmelancholy is aninabilityto defineabsolute beauty..
It can be saidthat someone"that daymelancholic".The attribute"melancholy"can now betransmitted from person toobject thatinspiredthis mood,one can speak ofa melancholyspaces,melancholylight,melancholynotesormelancholiclandscapes.Such aview of themelancholyprimarilydevelops intothe type ofliterature(inpoetry,in narrativepoetry,inproseromances)thatperceivesand represents humansensibilitiesas something thathasvaluein itself.Emerged from thestrangedualismof a traditiondyingandspontaneousandintensepersonal expressionof deepsadnessindividual.It was an"unlimited"in the senseof somethingimmenseandindeterminate,and itthereforedid notsatisfy thepleasure ofcontemplationandimmersioninhimself, butwas looking forthe strengthof directunderstandingandexactnessof aprecise languagewith the purposeto "understand"themselves.