Shomei Tomatsu, was one of the leading post-war Japanese photographers one of the most influential photographers of his era. Tomatsu’s expressionistic images portrait the issues of love, pain, fear and other powerful human emotions.
Why do people feel sorry for themselves?
People who feel sorry for themselves feel powerless about their situation. They feel victimised and believe they can’t cope, especially if they are dealing with someone whom they see as having power over them. 1,132 more words
Today is a day of contrasts. I’m feeling anticipation and apprehension. In the midst of these conflicting emotions, I thought it might be helpful and grounding to write a gratitude list. 191 more words
‘The Daily Mood’ is a stand-up flipbook containing 47 emoticon mood images and a description on the other side. The box asks: “Why should everyone in the office have to guess your mood every day?” 169 more words