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Spoken word poetry, graffiti and art as the act that activates the activism

“When I was younger my parents told me I suffered from verbal diarrhoea,” says Iain EWOK Robinson. Now, the writer, poet, teacher, graffiti and street artist or as he defines it, a “spoken word flavoured hip-hop activist” works with words and a culture defined by expression. 461 more words

Arts And Education

Homer to Mohan-Lal

History talks about Writers, Free Thinkers, Prophets who spent a good part or may be the whole life dedicating themselves to the particular form of expression they have been following. 1,138 more words


Welcome To The Right Side Of Life...

So here is to those who dare to be different…

So what’s it mean to be different? The Standout? Perhaps you don’t instantly agree with your circle of friends, their ideas and choices are no longer yours, and maybe deep down they never were.   756 more words

Life Advice


Calling all Creative Minds, Visionaries, Poets, Free Thinkers and Artists

If you’re reading this it’s because you are looking for like-minded creative people or you are looking for design inspiration for a personal project and/or goal…it doesn’t matter. 78 more words


Good News: Christianity Suffers Steep Decline in U.S.

Source: Patheos.com

Author: Michael Stone

Emphasis Mine

Good news for rational people: A new study shows Americans are abandoning Christianity in record numbers while the number of Americans who identify as religiously unaffiliated continues to surge. 563 more words

Religious Freedom

Fr. Seraphim Rose on the Characteristics of the "New Man"

What, more realistically, is this “mutation,” the “new man”? He is the rootless man, discontinuous with a past that Nihilism has destroyed, the raw material of every demagogue’s dream; the “free-thinker” and skeptic, closed only to the truth but “open” to each new intellectual fashion because he himself has no intellectual foundation; the “seeker” after some “new revelation,” ready to believe anything new because true faith has been annihilated in him; the planner and experimenter, worshipping “fact” because he has abandoned truth, seeing the world as a vast laboratory in which he is free to determine what is “possible”; the autonomous man, pretending to the humility of only asking his “rights,” yet full of the pride that expects everything to be given him in a world where nothing is authoritatively forbidden; the man of the moment, without conscience or values and thus at the mercy of the strongest “stimulus”; the “rebel,” hating all restraint and authority because he himself is his own and only god; the “mass man,” this new barbarian, thoroughly “reduced” and “simplified” and capable of only the most elementary ideas, yet scornful of anyone who presumes to point out the higher things or the real complexity of life. 25 more words