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You never know who we inspire

Not long ago I was inboxed by a fan of my work. The person wrote me a heartfelt message. Now here I am making art to make a little bit of money and to feel a sense of normalcy. Little did I know this individual turn out to be a veteran who suffers from PTSD. I had no clue that I could inspire someone to the point where they don't have suicidal tendencies anymore. Point being, we simply don't know who is looking and following us. I just wanted to share a bit of love with my art. I'm glad I could help someone even when I don't realize I'm doing so. I thanked him for his service and I wished him the very best. #arttherapy #PTSD #supportourveterans #artforeveryone #whywepaint

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