I came across this documentary about a survival of the Armenian genocide after World War I. I think it perfectly illustrates the intergenerational taruma and the concepts of this week’s readings about the death of time and language.
Taboo Taboo, the laugh out loud, out-of-your-seat game of forbidden words. In the Taboo game, you need to get your team to guess the secret word, but the obvious clues are strictly off-limits. 388 more words
Gone are the days where it was a fearsome thing to behold if someone had a tattoo; plenty of assumptions in the past about the character of someone with such body art have all but disappeared. 355 more words
Our religion whose origins are from the land of Kama sutras, says that sex before marriage is wrong. I agree with them. However, they said this at the time when people use to get married at the age of 12 or 14 years or even before that. 306 more words
Every group, every movement is always somehow distorted and ruined by a small bunch of people. The virtues are erased and the ideals that started off for a good cause are turned into a weapon in an unending war. 276 more words