How embarrassing I thought the image would download as an attached thumbnail not only that it appears really blurry so you most likely wouldn’t be able to see anything. :o
I sincerely apologize for this and for any confusion.
Saintlucy- I’m sorry there is no list of the image used in the book that’s why I thought I would ask here.
EricFilmer- I have to admit when I first saw the artwork of the clown I felt sorry for him because he was making his way to hell than I thought well maybe he had pride, greed, lies, stealing, etc. :shrug:
Another thing the clown appears to be carrying/playing a lute.
But, thank you kindly and God bless you for the explanation and for providing Psalms 14-1:3)
Here is a similar image/artwork of what I am referring to
Although, in the book or the image that didn’t turn out. I recognize St. Teresa of Avila (or at least a Discalced Carmelite Saint) and I think St. Francis Xavier Cabrini helping people and making their way to Heaven. There is also a dark-skinned woman which could be Maa Durga (I could be totally incorrect about this) riding a lion making her way to hell.
The road isn’t straight either but it is a spiral road. Another thing I noticed that the words on this piece of art are either Latin or French.
Thank you so much for taking the time to answer.