This video shows whole life in one painting. This really made me emotional!!!

An outstanding illustrator and digital artist from Seoul, South Korea, who calls himself Stonehouse, has illustrated a cyclical nature of life. The way he transforms the face according to the age is very impressive. This timelapse painting of a woman leaves a strange aftertaste. First, you get amazed by the beauty of the art and the incredible skill of the artist, but then the sadness creeps in. You realize that the time flies faster with every year, and most of the time we don’t take a brake to enjoy and appreciate the moment. Let’s take a minute every day to be thankful for what we have and give attention to our loved ones. Please enjoy and share this beautiful video with friends and family.

Stonehouse, real name Seok Jeong Hyeon, focuses on Digital Art, Illustration, Graphic Design. He uses classic fine art techniques in a digital illustration program. He definitely knows how to catch viewer’s eye. I couldn’t keep my attention off the woman’s eyes. Such an immaculate job! This creation touches the idea of reincarnation. Reincarnation is the religious or philosophical concept found in Indian religions and contemporary followers of Kabbalah, and also many tribal societies around the world, in places such as Siberia, West Africa, North America, and Australia . It states that the soul or the spirit after it lives the body begins a new life in a different body. The Buddhist concept of reincarnation differs from others. It believes that there is no such thing as soul or spirit, only a “stream of consciousness”that links life with life. Dr. Duncan “Om” MacDougall from Haverhill, Massachusetts proved that the soul has weight. In 1901 he weighed 6 people that were about to die from tuberculosis. He had weighed them at the moment of death and determined that the soul weighs “three-fourths of an ounce” or 21 grams.


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