Back in 2015 I was going to do a mural at the Rainier hotel in the Downtown Eastside in Vancouver, the neighborhood with the highest HIV rate in all of North America. I was taking photos of a tree downtown because I had lost all my photos from Stanley Park by accidentally deleting them and as I was taking photos of the tree (so I could look at it while I painted) I was praying to God that I hoped I was doing the right thing (since the neighborhood is very “dark” in energy and bad things happened to me there) and also praying for help paying for the paints (since I was doing it out of my own pocket and am on disability).
When I looked at the photos later this is what was on them… also Clare and Ezekiel helped pay for paint and supplies (without me asking) when I showed them the photos! Each one of the photos was maybe 15 seconds or less apart but you can see a progression of the light coming out of the sky. I don’t remember seeing the light in real life, but I am sensitive to light and it was already a bright day so my eyes might have been squinting a little.
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