As one passes by an exhibit or comes across a gallery of pictures that were done in black and white, they see contrast and behind each layer of contrast, there's a hidden depth to them. They are deceivingly simple for the shortly perceived viewers yet they are equally captivating for some who can see the... Continue Reading →
“Respecter une femme, c'est pouvoir envisager l'amitié avec elle ; ce qui n'exclut pas le jeu de la séduction, et même, dans certains cas, le désir et l'amour.” ― Tahar Ben JellounForgive me if it's in French but I want to keep it that way.
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Artist Kiel Johnson, who led the amazing workshop “Everyone’s An Architect” last year at TEDActive, was featured today on both the Huffington Post and Sinbadesign for his intricate cardboard city creations, which TEDActive attendees helped build in Palm Springs last spring.
Since then, Kiel’s been involved in a couple of TEDx events around the world, including TEDxAlAin in Abu Dhabi. He will speak again on September 1st at TEDxEQChCh in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Also, check out this very cool time-lapse video of the cardboard cities rising, shot by Theo Jemison at TEDActive 2012.
It's hard to be high. A deep sigh with a mixed set of emotions filled my chest as I inhaled my last puff of smoke. Seconds later, I crushed my cigarette and looked at the pack where it's from. Vogue. A fancy name. Hard to believe that it sounds as posh as that magazine cover women... Continue Reading →
This is an attempt. To be my restless self as my craving for intellectual orgasm has reached its highlight.Scribbling random words weren't my thing, and so was "thumbling"around anything I could get hold off. It's crazy. I know.I get bored. Pretty fast. Displaying any type of rudeness through thoughtless ways of expressing myself has become saturated. No one will get... Continue Reading →
I have been told many things when I was still a kid but the main objective was to obey. We've been taught so many things inside and outside the classroom. The adults supervised us hoping that we absorb all what they think we'd ought to know after some number of years. Then there's this awful... Continue Reading →
People ask, "How is the Philippines like?" or, "How are Filipinos like?" I can tell a lot of things about the Philippines that my mixed feelings will foretell my bittersweet relationship with my home country. The Philippines is an archipelago and was once a paradise that became a melting point of cultures different from other... Continue Reading →
Being in love and staying in love, we’ve been told this many times while staying in the university. While waiting for emancipation from my writer’s block, I repeated this phrase over and over again. I do not really want to talk about love but something, I don’t recall of – maybe on life, or the... Continue Reading →
And I think it's gonna be a long, long time ‘til touch down brings me round again to find I'm not the man they think I am at home Oh no, no, no, I'm a rocket man Rocket man, burning out his fuse up here alone -Rocket man, Elton John Even at the hardest times,... Continue Reading →