In his painting, Ghazali not only raises the challenge of purely formal aspects, but, in addition, he also cares about both philosophical and spiritual themes, in short, the existential questions of man as well as those pertaining to God. Which are reflected in his work as an artist. By reducing his pictorial means, he strives to express the main core and to bring his visions and inner views into the relationship with the external world that is tangible to him. In this process, it is mainly limited to very few colors, but the shades of white are infinite, depending on the number of layers of white tones that are superimposed on the table. Start with white, finish with white, as the artist himself usually says. For him, white means light, which is essential to life and which, in a literal sense, is the pure light of God. It is from here that a world of images of the highest spirituality appears.