10 responses to “Water Your Emotions

  1. This is fantastic…my interpretation, the hammer is seen as an instrument to straighten and firm the emotions, improving stability over time (like the hammered nails that stabilize the structure of our homes). If we take care of our emotions like we would a plant then they are more likely to remain stable. Am I getting close? I really love this work!

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