The Power of Resiliency Being resilient can take you an extremely long way! Resilient is defined as being able to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions. The familiar adage “never let them see you sweat” truly comes into play during moments of resiliency. You never know who looks up to you or generates the … Continue reading The Power of Resiliency
The dialect of a true, southern gentleman with a splash of various cultures. Life experiences has taught me to focus on the positive aspects of every situation and spread positive vibes only! Milt the Gr8 is an agent of change and truly a voice for the people… no two people are just alike, however; we … Continue reading Meet Milt the Gr8
It wasn't until listening to this album that I was reminded that canadian-born Drake and I had little in common... I feel like I lived an hour in his truth and I don't know this man from John Doe.
"I see my life in terms of music."Albert Einstein Songs are like photographs of melodic memories or rhythmic reminders of lessons learned. They can awaken peaceful recollections of salty waves beating white sands smooth; or generate the imaginary smell of hair burning on a hot comb, all within a 3 to 7 minute timeframe. Songs … Continue reading Music Matters
My fingers were beaten grey and gold the same color of my bruises that you would prod at You would feed them to me with spoonfuls of honeyed phrases they stung like a bee I would get caught up in it My throat would stick closed Eyes faintly drooped as if you … Continue reading Poem — Endymion’s Fate (and R.Kelly’s too) — Éloa
Murjoni popped up while on a search for contemporary pottery artists. The goal was to find young, cool, sophisticaed potters that were making the ancient art of pottery hip again. There is something about messages sent via sculpture and pottery that transmit subconscious ideas about power and beauty. "... three-dimensional works of art have withstood … Continue reading Sculptor Spotlight — Murjoni
1. Expecting people not to judge is like asking people not to breathe. You just hope to find people that don't do either too loudly.
I strong-heartedly believe that you get out of life what you put in. Meaning if you put negative energy into the world then expect to receive negative energy back, in most instances. The same is true with positive energy. (Of course there are instances when negative energy is reciprocated with positive energy and positive energy … Continue reading Energy and Vibrations
When did currency become stress? When did it begin to enslave our time, hearts, and minds? Was it the industrial revolution? Has techonology just given us all more time to stress about money? — Big shoutout to the poet G. P. Montgometry. — Peso. Dollar. Euro. Pound. Yen. — A weight that can liberate.
eats away at my chest
that makes my lungs deflate
the feeling of always being in a hurry
a weight in my chest.
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The film’s title alludes to Oliver and Elio’s loving pact to call each other by their own names, recognising that, as [film director] Luca Guadagnino put it in a Q&A: “The other person makes you beautiful – enlightens you, elevates you.” This idea stems ultimately from Aristotle’s views on “true” friendship, but it echoes down the … Continue reading Call Me By Your Name — Um. A Friendship?