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The future of architecture is not about you

I had to share this fantastic article by Amy Schellenbaum

Architecture is largely a discipline that sits on stilts, away from the flood lands of the people that use it in everyday life. 773 more words


The mercy of Sriman Mahaprabhu

Vraja Vihari Sri Krishna accepted the mood and complexion of Sri Radha and became Gaura to fulfill three desires:
To understand the greatness of Radha’s love, the wonderful qualities that She alone relishes in Him and the happiness She feels when She realizes the sweetness of His love. 327 more words


Much Like Love

Before I got my first tattoo four years ago, I was told how much it would hurt a lot, that there’s a 90% chance I’ll regret the design I chose, that it will look ugly on my skin when I’m 80, that it will always be a reminder of the bad decision that I made when I was younger. 136 more words


Shepherd’s Winter - Part 30

Amarok Again

The next day ice fog settled into the valley. Crystals of diamond dust seemed to fall from the sky like magical powder. It was a peculiar and inspiring scene. 433 more words



Today has been a bad day, and not just for me. My bad day was considerably less so compared to a couple of people, one close to my heart but far away, one physically close, but all but a stranger. 400 more words


Ode to Freedom

There’s a spectacular place. And I’d love to show it to you. There aren’t many like it though there are many more than mine.

Because while many exist they’re ultimately all the same. 372 more words


Current Events :)

It pays to be informed. 

In a move critics call “policing femininity,” recent rule changes by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), the governing body of track and field, state that for a woman to compete, her testosterone must not exceed the male threshold.

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