The Seed

22nd September 2023 Beena


Hello everyone. It has been a while since I posted my thoughts. This painting of a green capsicum and yellow apple is still life. Still life means you draw from non-living objects arranged in a specific way to create an impact. In my case, I painted from a photo using poster colours. Poster colour is challenging for me. I hope you remember the vase of flowers that I painted some time ago. Now, under the guidance of my art teacher, I am still struggling🀨🀨.


Some felt the capsicum was malnourished😎😎. I found that hilarious. Vegetables and fruits don’t always come in perfect shapes. They are like us; we come in many forms, sizes and colours. It is the variety that makes life interesting. Can you imagine a world where we all look alike? It would be a scary world😰😱. But I am not sure once we have AIs if that is how the world will look. Perfect-looking robots who will replace us?


But Priya remarked: it is not the exterior that matters. The crucial part for the vegetables and fruits is the seeds. Now, I thought, that is something the robots will not have. We, too, can nurture the seed in us for a better worldπŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ŠπŸ™.

2 thoughts on “The Seed

  1. The malnourished part is funny & the person who thinks that is imaginative πŸ˜‚
    If A.I. takeover, then humanity will be gone, that’s how I feel about A.I. & the thought of it made me cringeπŸ˜…
    And I love how you put the seed meaning in your story. It’s something for me to ponder 😊
    Thank you Dr Beena for the always sharing your great story 😊

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