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Quick Note--PTSD and Art
Thank you so much for joining me on this voyage into the spirits of art. It is the beauty and the vision of art that makes us truly human and allows us reach for spiritualism and the supernatural. I see it as a communal prayer.
Substack tells me PTSD and Art now has followers in 23 US states and 8 countries...in a short time.
The message needs to expand throughout the world, so please share if you can. Subscribers receive an instant notice, so the more “subscribers” we have, the faster it spreads.
PTSD and Art will continue to be free. If you wish to contribute in some modest way, I suggest the monthly rate of $5—(less than a Frappuccino). You can subscribe for a full year for $50, which makes the monthly rate even less. Like you, I struggle with PTSD and other residues of lifetime struggles. But, I intend to live a long time and paint and write about art as I have for decades. If you do subscribe for a year, we can pro-rate a refund should I succumb to dementia or kick the easel.
But please, please continue to subscribe and read the very short biweekly posts. And share them. That is many times more important to me than any amount of money. Some of you follow me through Facebook, and that’s fine, but I encourage you to subscribe and receive a notice directly.
If you have any comments or suggestions, please let me know. Also, consider downloading the Substack App to make comments and join a conversation about art and spirituality.
I would like to be more optimistic, but we are in dark times, which could get darker in the years ahead. In addition to the insane things that humans can do, there are those who want to change what it means to be human—and not in a good way.
So, thank you all for joining me as we continue to climb out of the darkness of PTSD and the shadows that threaten us all.
James John Magner