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A drawing called
"John F Kennedy"

Size: 40 X 50 cm
Technique: Pen& Ink - Color / Black pencil 

A man with a golden hearth.
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John F Kennedy
( 29 May 1917 - 22 November 1963)
Pendrawing 40 X 50 centimeters ( black / white)

I have drawn many people in my life but with John F Kennedy, 
I experienced the gentlest man I ever put on paper. 
He was not really aware of what was going on around him. 
He was a personality and made a deep impression on even the great of the 
greatest and so he conquered his place in politics and later on his presidency.

John F Kennedy had really a lot to offer and he truly believed that “the American dream” existed. 
He did everything possible to give the people a better life. 
He had no financial problems due to his family and his wife 
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, but he knew that this was not meant for everyone. 
He was much concerned about how to make things differently and he really thought he was going to succeed.

He was from the time of Martin Luther King, but did not understand what was really going on. 
Until he was forced, by the great of the greatest, to turn down his strategy or dealt with that differently. 
His “paradise” became a “hell” and he saw the conflict of good and evil, which was imposed by Freemason. 
This organization was his dead. In one of his last speeches Kennedy took it very hard to the Freemason. 
As result, he got a bullet.

The true killer was never caught because that was a person of the organization early mentioned.
 It was one of his personal guards / spies who fired the fatal shot and robbed his life. 
John F. Kennedy was assassinated by his own security.

Except these hard facts his lack of understanding kept coming up. 
The softness and his faith in the goodness were constantly in his energy.

For me it was the first time I saw such a pure energy in a man with such a past and on such a position. 
Till now he is with me and the feeling he gave me, still gives me hope for the good.

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