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Mrs. Ma. Xiaoqiu A Sacred Bird from Antiquity


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译者:杰拉德·多诺万 Gerald Donavan


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美女总裁马小秋用文化自信打造财富人生 从远古穿越而来的神鸟

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译者:杰拉德·多诺万 Gerald Donavan










共同的支点马小秋 - 秋言物语2


共同的支点                                   ——词曲 马小秋太阳的支点是月亮的地平线月亮的支点是太阳的那一半没有月亮 太阳不会旋转没有太阳 月亮不会改变你的支点 是我真挚的情感我的支点 是你美好的祝愿没有你 我岁月会孤单没有我 你的道路会变远太阳的支点 支起四季的冷暖月亮的支点 支起黑夜与白天你的支点 我的支点 支起人生希望的风帆你的支点 我的支点 支起你我明天的灿烂

A Sacred Bird from Antiquity

When I began my business in Shenzhen, the company had some difficulties and I felt lost. I saw no future. One day, while on a flight, I read a piece of news about You Xiaolin, a painter from Chengdu. One of his paintings, Nirvana, had a tremendous effect on me.  I had never seen anyone before representing a Phoenix artistically with the colors, imagery, and atmosphere that he brought to the painting. When I looked at it, the sacred bird looked as if it had flown through a thick mist of time. Its eyes looked as sharp as the edge of a knife. Such a mysterious blue, a passionate red, the bright gold. 

Magnificent, gorgeous, mysterious. Powerful. 
As I looked at the sacred bird, I felt the pull of antiquity, which I have always loved, but also a mawkishness over the hardships I was experiencing. At that moment, I shed silent tears.
I made up my mind that, when I could, I was going to collect his paintings.  Seven years ago, I went back to my hometown of Chengdu. My journey was to You Xiaolin. In his studio, we talked a lot. Perhaps because we are both from Sichuan, I had a strong preference for his “Ancient Shu” series.  In those paintings I could see certain elements: the vast universe, primitive ancient eras, the co-existence of gods and humans in a silently flowing time, and the mysterious ancient kingdom of Shu. They weren’t just passive elements—they came alive in front of my eyes.
Solemn ceremonies of sacrifice. The rise of the Phoenix from the ashes, resplendent and dazzling. It captured my heart in an instant. I felt as if I were in conversation with it. 
I had crossed time to it; or it had crossed time to me. 
Since both of us were from Sichuan, we naturally had a resonance with the culture of our hometown. 

A brief history:

The ancient Shu culture was the root of Ba-Shu culture, and the ancient Shu civilization was the seminary of the Yangtze River culture. The present culture of the Chengdu Plain was born thanks to the wisdom and originality of the Shu people and their faith in the universe, in nature, and in the sun. They were a unique people. Mysterious bronze masks, towering bronze tree, stately and exquisite bronze statues. Shocking, amazing, grand, romantic: these are the words Mr. You uses to describe his reaction when he first visited Sanxingdui. 
The 5,000-year-old Shu civilization is full of spirit. The sacred bird could only be born in a place like this. I can imagine that such a creature had really existed.  
Between 4800 and 5000 BC, the Chinese people lacked the concept of the Phoenix. They were aware of a sacred bird. 
Our ancestors worshiped the universe, the heaven and the sun, and they hoped that birds could be the messengers between the earth and the heaven, that they could fly like birds, “dwell” with the heavens and explore the future and the mysteries of the universe. The Ancient Shu people had the sacred solar bird as a totem: it demonstrated their curiosity about a universe cloaked in time.  
As an artist born here, Mr. You regards it as his duty to bring this history to life through his paintings—and to ensure that it is not forgotten. 
From all his works, I finally collected this series, and the paintings have been hung as a collection so that more people can interact emotionally and spiritually with the life and wisdom and beautiful creations of our ancestors. 
Ancient Shu culture, a sacred bird from the remote antiquity: this is where we came from. 
Perhaps it is also where we inwardly fly—to our hom





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