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Envisioning the Whole

“The more we observe how the microscopic world of living cells and bacteria interact with the macroscopic world of the planet, the clouds and atmosphere, winds, tornadoes, ocean currents and the great wild jungles, the more our vision shifts to one of a total and wondrous whole – a living organism.” 728 more words


Peace # 291


If we consider

the human being to be

a microcosm in which the

same patterns, behaviors and

phenomenon appear as in the universe

only on a smaller scale with all its variability… 44 more words

These Four Walls

These four walls

do not converge physically.

The problem is mental,

And the convergence

is entirely a product of my imagination.

I see them stationary, 251 more words

Written As A Writer

There's no ends

The end of anything is simply the beginning of something new. This is the illusion perceive within the space and time continuum. Within the 4th dimension hours are real it is a concept which basically lives for us. 708 more words


#2: Starbucks is a microcosm of the city it inhabits. 

if you had any question what Starbucks has to do with the city – nycstarbucks blog. (@NYCstarbucks) and the Center for an Urban Future says there are 280 Starbucks in NYC, and an addition 125 down its suburban tail that is Long Island. 510 more words


Exploring nature's beauty: artist Georgina Hooper

Sometimes in life, you meet someone who you just get. Someone who is on your wavelength – a real kindred spirit.

I first met Georgina Hooper last year, about a week before her Itadakimasu exhibition at White Canvas Gallery in Brisbane. 1,246 more words

Art & Soul

Georgina Hooper: Microcosm

If you’re in Brisbane on Friday night and you can only do one thing, I suggest you head to the opening night of Microcosm. The exhibition will feature the work of artist Georgina Hooper, who has delved into Australia’s most loved underwater frontier, the Great Barrier Reef. 179 more words

Art & Soul