THE REVOLUTION OF CHAOS AND ORDER – DAY 1

Life is precious, for both in its darkness and brightness, it shows us beautiful things. The concept of sublime is related to this feature of life. Just as the beautiful and sublime co-exist in the Universal Existence, light and obscurity reside in our bodies, minds and souls dancing in a pulsating rhythm of the Eros and Thanatos that may push and pull growth, awareness, consciousness, love and freedom.

Dance, dance, otherwise we are lost – Pina Bausch

Experiences in birth

Experiences in development

Experiences in love

Experiences in death

Experiences in transcendence

And all over again…

Death is the Road to Awe – The Fountain, Darren Arofnosky, 2006

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Nasty Businesses | The Book of Life

franz_ludwig_catel_-_crown_prince_ludwig_in_the_spanish_wine_tavern_in_rome_-_wga4567The Imperial Roman court could be a very vicious place – but because it was so powerful and unavoidable, it was deemed philosophically crucial that good people should know how to survive there and try to exercise whatever calming influence they could on the powerful there. Rather than withdraw (as they were often tempted to do), the wise had to work out how to cope inside stormy and unforgiving environments.

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Whenever the world seems to be closing off in your face and possibilities seem to shrink, the answer is always around true friends.

 

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In my point of view, this series of photographies also look like the different paths that different people may follow. Like the road ahead before you take a choice. So…enjoy!

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From his series ‘Bowling Alleys’ by Robert Götzfried  – another intriguing example of how great photography can give artistic beauty to the most unlikeliest of places.

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