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Author, Artist & Painter Mr. David Goff stops by Good Deeds w/ Dr. Renee Sunday

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Good Deeds Presents International Author,Motivational speaker, Artist and Painter Mr. David Goff. Mr. Goff will share how to recognize the chains on the briain and tools to eliminate them. David will lay the foundations to rekindle and regain the true beauty and light within.  

Chains on the Brain photo series has inspired many, confused some and down right scared the hell out of others. That makes it even more exciting because good art should do all of those things. 

There are some people who attempt to twist the message and make it about slavery. Which it is not. Others want to make it a derogatory commentary on one group of people or another. Wrong again. And there are those who want to make it a message about oppression. The real message is much more profound. In its purest form this series is about awareness and conscious choice.

This work is designed to cast a light on a universal human condition. The chains represent being stuck. Stuck with limitations you put on yourself or accept from others and make them your own. We can be chained mentally because of things we have been taught, things we have experienced or through our mental programming and conditioning. We can go through life on autopilot and never even realize that these chains exist. 

Since life is a journey made to be experienced to the fullest, we shouldn’t waste time being stuck. And while on this journey we must be aware of not only what’s going on outside of us but also what’s happening inside. Not focusing on what we can’t change but noticing what’s within our power to change, then, making a conscious choice to change it.

 

 

 

 

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