Some people regularly attend church to find peace and to practice their religion. Other people practice high risk sports to feel the adrenaline flowing through their veins. Today I visited the Barber Institute of Arts, the smallest yet best art gallery in Europe. It has a great range of works of arts and temporary exhibitions well worth visiting. I spent an hour looking around each picture and getting into the general feel and atmosphere of a few favourites of mine. Some of them are quite dark and depict sorrow and pain whilst others celebrate domestic scenes. There are also several landscapes providing different tonalities of light. All of them add their own view about the world that the artists lived in. Seeing these magnificent works of art makes me wonder about the fenomenal capacity of human beings of creating, of reflecting on their own reality and how we all need to feel that our world will continue after we die. The artists might not be around us but their work of us still speak volumes long after they died. Some of the potraits capture the essence of the people so well that it feels like we know these people.