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In this episode, I present an artwork piece produced in 1993 named "La-Tahzann" which means: Do not despair i.e do not allow negative thoughts to occupy your mind.

At a glance, this artwork presents an array of fresh, sunny colours handled with ease and splendour.

It features poems by Abdul Rahman Al Attawi reiterating that he is firmly adamant that nothing will make him lose heart against hardship nor will he lose sight or be swept away in false glory.

The original artwork was addressed, in 1993, to the suffering people of Bosnia and all sufferers of genocide, prejudice, persecution, injustice, ignorance, and indifference, both ancient and modern.




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