- 84.0 " x 60.0 "
- In "Warrior You" Collins hits on the power of that moment of
resolve. The sheer strength that comes from knowing and
recognizing how powerful we truly are.
The figurative horse is stationary, yet the movement and
strength is overwhelming.
Collins has used layer upon layer to create this strength, just as in
our lives, we use the history of mistakes, wrong turns, setbacks...
all as a foundation for achievement, and our beautiful learning
Notice the hand in the lower right corner -is it a helping hand from
others, or a lift from our own inner companion that helps hold the
world at bay while we breathe and regain our strength?
We are each of us warriors, yet sometimes our war paint is in the
form love, devotion, and giving to other souls.