God has given us (5) Spiritual Gates and we know them as our (5) senses…but God has given them to us with purpose. And we have to guard these gates from within and not allow sin to enter through these gates and contaminate our heart, mind, and spirit. Because once sin enters…it takes root and we know that scripture says……“the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life through Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Romans 6:23 NLT)

If you don’t believe me…just think about certain music…certain types of music puts you in certain moods depending on the motives of the artist (I can explain that in another segment….that’s a whole ‘nother topic)….or what you watch on TV…certain scenes you should not watch or allow to enter into your eye gates because it could transfer certain perverted spirits into your spirit and having you doing things that goes against the nature of God.“

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“Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of an eardrum (red). The eardrum, or tympanic membrane, is located in the middle ear. It joins the inner ear through three tiny bones called the ossicles (malleus, incus and stapes). The malleus (centre) is attached to the inner eardrum. It articulates with theincus (right), which, in turn, links to the stapes (not seen).

The middle ear transforms sound into vibrations in the fluid of the inner ear, which are then sent as nerve signals to the brain.

This procedure enables you to process the sonic waves of whatever hits your ear and, therefore, recognize voices, noise or music!”

Image by Steven Gschmeissner

Text: Daily Anatomy

“To be honest, probably my favorite part of Inside Out was seeing Fear and Anger(and Disgust)be Riley’s dominate emotions for awhile. I get anxiety real bad and I have trouble with my temper. I wish I could just show my friends that part of the movie to make them better understand what its like when you let anxiety/fear and anger be your top emotions most of the time.”


This is my Valentines Day gift to Devin this year.

I decided to go with this presentation for Valentine’s Day to pay homage to my artistic roots and to the fact that I suffer from anxiety and depression, with a maybe satirical Valentine’s Day gesture (I made up for the silliness with a heartfelt note I attached to the bottom.) I had a lot of fun making it though and I hope he enjoys the humor in it as much as I did.

p>Here’s a short art history lesson for background in case anyone doesn’t understand the reference. Vincent Van Gogh was a very emotionally troubled artist. His life was filled with emotional turmoil and suffering. At one point in his life he institutionalized himself because he realized he was unstable. Anyways, there’s a story that Van Gogh once cut off a part of his ear and presented it to the woman he fancied who of course wasn’t too thrilled by it. (Some of his later self portraits show him with his ear bandaged up from the incident).

Below is a link to a video that shows the full outside painting of the box that I did. (A friend sculpted the ear)


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How the ear functions (1940)

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