Infinity and The Soul

05/27/2016

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248

Style of Art

Abstract

Inspirational

Color & Form

White

Infinity

Harmony

God And Natures Perfection

Frame Style

Frame Color

Classic

Whisper Black

Painting Details
Infinity and The Soul

Soul, Infinity, Infinite, Sky, Clouds, Triangles, Glass

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Holiday

Ocassion

Primary Color

Main Element

Theme

Description

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Additional 

Abstract

Inspirational

Color & Form

White

Classic

Whisper Black

Thoughts While Creating

That which is without any limits or boundaries.

An early idea of infinity comes from Anaximander, a Greek philosopher, who used the word aperion to mean infinite or limitless. The Indian mathematical text, the Surya Prainapti (3rd or 4th century) classifies all numbers into 3 sets: enumerable, innumerable, and infinite.

John Wallis, an European mathematician, used the notation (sometime called a leminscate) to represent an infinite number. An infinite regress in logic is a “distinctively philosophical” argument that a thesis is defective if it generates an infinite series. Also, perspective artwork uses a concept of vanishing points or points of infinity located at an infinite distance from the observer.

Is there anything more limitless than the human soul? Infused with an energy by our Creator, we are blessed to be part of the infinite design. Our soul, the true manifestation of Infinity.

Credit: Wikipedia