Smile In The Face Of The Devil – Affirmation Story

Posted by Content Creative on Nov 21, 2022

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We all know our design is dominated by character design or personal illustration, which goes around The others do the world. We don’t mind that, but what would make our design look and feel different? We research, refashion a new concept and build on the context of our art.


Therefore, we look forward to some issue about the burden, might we call it. Accidentally, we found out from our team while listening to a tune in the song playlist called Smile in the Face of the Devil by Matt Maltese. 


Do you know? It sounds weird when you get inspired by the song, but you can’t judge a song by its title, right? We dive deeper into these emotions, and as a result, we create an unusual concept of inspiration.



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Do you know? It sounds weird when you get inspired by the song, but you can’t judge a song by its title, right? We dive deeper into these emotions, and as a result, we create an unusual concept of inspiration.















How do we turn the inspiration of the song into our design? Oh, as it comes. We start from the representation of someone or somebody, a girl, and we put the burden as the devil or monster. We know a hurdle is just something that might go away and become a part of our life.


You might feel drowning, suffering, sad, miserable, and ashamed of yourself. The devil starts to eat your emotions. How? But how can we go through it? Just dance.


How you can deal with the monster inside you:


  1. You need to feel all of those emotions

  2. You need to embrace yourself, better

  3. You need to calm down and remember you still have an angel inside you

  4. Breakdown your feelings into your journal

  5. Drink water and smile 🙂

  6. Don’t forget to pray to God.


We finished our work of art, and the result is it.


The first phase represents that in life, sometimes we ignore our burden and feed it with our feelings; sadness, anxiety, depression, stress, and anything that causes mental health issues.

Time after time, you need to understand that life has two sides that are not permanent, it can make you happy, and it can make you sad. Both are relatives, and we should change our perspectives to know them well and control them.


Based on psychological research (by David Barlow, Steven Hayes, and others), one of the leading causes of many psychological problems is the habit of emotional avoidance. The second phase represents you starting and trying to accept that feeling. The dance means trying to accept it in your life and side by side with it. One of the benefits if we can take our emotions is it can improve our emotional regulation and improve emotional balance.


If you think for a while, the third phase represents that you open yourself up to accept it as a part of you that needs to be cared for. 


Ultimately, we want to share this kind of affirmation with everyone so they can remember the importance of self-acceptance and self-compassion and that sometimes feeling bad is good.








You can give this sad relief to your friends and send them a warm message such as:


"Thank you for being stronger day by day. I know how you've dealt with your problems lately. I hope this gift can make your day better than the last day."


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