Violence! A nasty word and causing a negative feeling! It is blamed by all religions and secular legislations! They judge for it, put in prisons and deprive of life! But very few people think of violence over themselves! Occasionally it accompanies all our life!
Don’t we rape ourselves going to work daily which we do not love, living with people to which our feelings cooled down long ago, telling words which we do not want to tell! How long it is possible to mock ourselves?! Tyrants over others are caught and stop sufferings of people! We not in forces to stop these infinite tortures over ourselves and we doom ourselves to incurable diseases and premature death!
How to escape from this prison and to stop tortures? The main character of the movie, The Shawshank Redemption floated through a sewer pipe of five football fields to avoid prison! But before it he thought of the plan of escape during the whole 20 years!
We can spend 20 years for the inert life complete of disgusting daily repetitions, and we can break to new life!
Where to begin with? Can you just listen to yourself in the beginning? When did you do it last time? To remove TV, radio, the Internet, mobile, they so inconsiderately intruded in our existence, having made us of their pathetic slaves! To hear yourself, your unique entity! All our life we were taught to respect and love others, but not ourselves! They molded bricks from us which are so easy for controlling.
Maybe we will hear ourselves, having spent for it not 20 years, but only 20 minutes, hour, 5 hours, the whole day? So don’t hesitate buddy, get ready for the jump!
How it is good to be on a holiday once in a year!
Contact with the magnificent nature, vivifying springs, fresh air return us to our nature. Blissful smiles of the peasants, wiping sweat after creative labor cause a certain sense of shame for fussy, urban life and petty thoughts of the philistine!
Memory returns in an everyday routine and the faces of people, tired of this routine, on streets and in public transportation! Gloomy faces! Your blissful smile raised by fine dawn and good mood causes their embittered misunderstanding!
Evil empty eyes! Eyes without hope shadow! Do you think they are living people? They are ghosts!
What could reanimate them? The unexpected message about the fallen-down inheritance? Ardent love or pharisaic lectures on positive thinking? Anyway, to me, the silly optimist those ghosts cause compassion!
But whether they need our pious sermons? But resuscitation requires understanding!
One can always make one’s own entertainment! And what do you think?
Yo soy un hombre sincero
De donde crece la palma!
David Hart’s Cuban fantasies. David Hart’s confession: “The Spring ’18 collection is inspired by tourism to Cuba. Unfortunately, since I started development, recent events in the USA have started a roll back on restrictions on easy travel there.
“This collection is a celebration of the world’s view of Cuba and not a literal one. I personally have never been to Cuba, so this collection is based on an idea of Cuba I’ve been exposed to through books, media, and cinema as an American.”
The collections strike with an abundance of bright paints! Also the palette of the races representing rough imagination of the artist is so multi-color. Rich colors dip the viewer into the careless and joyful world of tourist rest and tickle women’s imagination with an anticipation from unexpected, fleeting summer meetings!
You’re not in the army now!
Because being a 27-year-old African-American, openly gay soldier in the United States military wasn’t enough of a challenge, Julian Woodhouse also used to run to model castings before and after work, or sometimes even during his lunch break. He also happened to be based in Seul, but being a self-proclaimed “army brat” and having moved every two years since birth, Woodhouse is uniquely skilled in constructing a new idea of normal. He’s since gone on to start his own namesake brand, Wood House, and he’s only just getting started.
“I see something that I want, and then my military brain figures out the logistics of how to get there,” said Woodhouse a week before his presentation at New York Fashion Week: Men’s, which took place today. “And then the other part of my brain is like, ‘Okay, cool! Let’s do it!’”