According to Viktor Frankl,the author of Man’s Search for Meaning when a person is faced with extreme mortal dangers, the most basic of all human wishes is to find a meaning of life to combat the “trauma of nonbeing”.
Artists throughout the ages have solved that I was here and it mattered! yearning by creating lasting works of art, literature, music, and poetry.
The question was recently asked of Scott how does it feel to know you are dying?. And, don’t you feel like ending it…what do you have left to live for? The age-old fascination with these omnipresent existential questions becomes all-too-real for terminally ill loved ones. However, these questions are brilliantly answered on a daily basis with vibrant urgency by Scott Morgan through his legacy of paintings, storytelling, music, a life well lived and a love worth sharing. Wrestling throughout the night with Kierkegaardian anxiety as well as sharp hits of intestinal pain, Scott painted this latest Medieval fantasy while supplementing his fentynol patch with a dilaudid chaser.