Divine Providence

Divine Providence/ Takdir-i İlahi

50 x 70 cm

Marble mosaic on mdf / Mermer mozaik

2019

What is Divine Providence:

https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/providence-divine/

Divine Providence

Traditional theism holds that God is the creator of heaven and earth, and that all that occurs in the universe takes place under Divine Providence— that is, under God’s sovereign guidance and control. According to believers, God governs creation as a loving father, working all things for good. Moreover, it is said, God is an absolutely perfect being. He is, first of all, omniscient or all-knowing: he knows of all truths that they are true, and of all falsehoods that they are false, whether they pertain to past, present or future. And God’s knowledge does not change. Nothing is learned or forgotten with him; what he knows, he knows from eternity and infallibly. Second, God is omnipotent or all-powerful: anything that is logically possible, he can do. Finally, God is perfectly good: in all circumstances he acts for the best, intending the best possible outcome. Given these suppositions, our initial expectation would be that all of creation, animate and inanimate, is ordained to perfect good: that as creator God pitches his efforts, which none can resist, toward accomplishing the greatest good imaginable, and hence that the world in which we find ourselves is, as Leibniz put it, the best of all possible worlds. But alas, the evidence is otherwise. The world may contain much good, but it is also a place of suffering, destruction, and death. Life is brief, and afflicted with sorrows of every kind—as often as not with no discernible purpose at all, much less a good one. And it ends for each of us in personal destruction—in death, which trumps all worldly hopes, and conceals impenetrably any experience that may lie beyond. Nor are these mere human hardships. Every living thing dies, all that is beautiful perishes, everything nature builds is destroyed. Indeed, on one scientific account of the end of things not an atom, not a photon will escape the cauldron of the universe’s final collapse. And that is not all. In human affairs there is the additional evil of sin: the willful wrongdoing of which we all are at times victims and at other times perpetrators.

My works in the exhibiton

Geleceği Hatırlamak Mozaik

Hayat Ağacı Mozaik

Mükemmel Kargaşa Mozaik

Tevekkül Çiçeği Mozaik

Bir Yıldızın Doğuşu Mozaik

Matris Oyunu Mozaik

Tanrıça Isis mozaik

Salyangoz mozaik

Gala çiçekleri mozaik

Içimizdeki Tiyatro mozaik

Gun doğuşu mozaik

Senin Şehrin mozaik

Kutsal Ruh mozaik

Sihirli Zürafa Mozaik

Alegori mozaik

Charlie Chaplin mozaik

Kemanci Mozaik

Yeni Bir Paradigma Mozaik

Tanrının Hikayeleri mozaik

Yeni Ufuklar mozaik

Mavi Adam Mozaik

Hello there,

My last solo exhibition is open till this Sunday

I wanted to share with you the works I got in the exhibition

It is my 9. Solo mosaic exhibition and the name is “Abrakadabra”

There are marble and stained glass mosaic works with contemporary designs. Mostly my original designs and some are interpretations

Thank you for visiting my blog

Sincerely😌

“Abrakadabra” the theme of the exhibition

The origin of Abrakadabra, which means “I create what I say”, is Aramaic.

In ancient times, a triangular amulet was used to heal patients. And it would mean “don’t hurt me.” Thus, the patients were cured.

Abrakadabra, also known as a magic word, draws attention to the power of words in every sense.

In the Qur’an, it is mentioned that the beautiful word is like a tree in the soil extending from the branches to the sky and always giving its fruit with the permission of Allah.

It can be understood that saying good words is to make beautiful creations.

We wish you to say good words and make beautiful creations;

Abracadabra!

Gökşen Parlatan

“Abrakadabra” Sergi temasi üzerine

“Söylediğim şeyi yaratırım” anlamina gelen Abrakadabra’nin kökeni Aramice’dir.

Çok eski zamanlarda hastalari iyileştirmek için üçgen bir muska üzerine yazilarak kullanilirdi. Ve “bana zarar verme” anlamini ihtiva ederdi. Böylece hastalar şifa bulurdu.

Bir sihir sözcüğü olarak da bilinen Abrakadabra her anlaminda da kelimelerin gücüne dikkat çeker.

Kuran’da da güzel sözün kökü toprakta dalları gökyüzüne uzanan bir ağaç gibi olduğu ve Allah’in izniyle meyvesini her zaman verdiginden bahsedilir.

Güzel söz söylemenin güzel yaratimlarda bulunmak olduğu buradan da anlaşılıyor.

Güzel sözler soylememiz ve güzel yaratimlarda bulunmamiz dileğiyle;

Abrakadabra!

Gökşen Parlatan

Not: Sergi 27 Nisan’dan 5 Mayis’a kadar İspirtohane Ataköy’de ziyaret edilebilir.

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