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Collective Cure

Hi Guys

Im writing this blog because of the deep passion i have for cannabis and cannabis culture in general, not to mention the proven benefits treating numerous ailments, and the negative stigma dying off quite progressively i feel now is the time more than ever that we unite under reform with 32 states in the United States adopting at least some form of legalization wether medical or recreational. 83 more words

What Makes an Effective Leader?

A leader is someone who can support “…followers to act for certain goals that represent the values and the motivations- the wants and needs, the aspirations and expectations- of both leaders and followers” (Burns, 1978, p. 467 more words

Collective

GEWGAW - Residency

GEWGAW was a residency at CHAMP that was only for collaborative practises. I applied with Isabelle, Anika and Olivia and we go the residency, we worked together on themes of gender and collective action. 98 more words

Collaborate

The book-club collective.

Today I woke up and had an alarming thought. I HAVEN’T READ A GOOD BOOK/NON-LAW RELATED BOOK IN MONTHS. I’m going to take a gamble and assume you don’t know me, but if you did you would probably gasp as well. 277 more words

Call for Papers Architecture & Culture: Behind the Scenes: Anonymity and the Hidden Mechanisms of Design and Architecture

Call for Papers Architecture & Culture: Behind the Scenes: Anonymity and the Hidden Mechanisms of Design and Architecture

Vol. 6, Issue no. 1, March 2018… 537 more words

Global Architecture

Pursuit Of Happiness

Searching For Contentment

Pursuing happiness, contentment is one, if not the most important purpose of our lives. Still it is not easy to define what happiness means and how we can achieve it. 1,150 more words

Perception

Two hundred

Two hundred, actually—that’s how many sheep Your Shot photographer Einar Örn says gathered in this portrait taken in Iceland. He reckons that the intense collective gaze meant that “they were waiting to get into a warm house after a stroll in the snow.”
Reblogged from National Geographic

Photography