Affirming she’s evil based upon appearance is as accurate as affirming Earth is flat.
Art for the book “Bucha de balão ou bruxa de vassoura na mão?" - written by Fátima Miguez" - published by Editora Zeus - Brazil
Tuesdays With Morrie by @mitchalbom is a memoir of Morris Schwartz, who died of ALS. Inevitably, the book addresses the mystery and fear that tails the idea of death. But it does more than providing a mere philosophical lecture on death. Morrie hails decay for the beauty of experience that it provides. Much like John Keats Morrie finds beauty in what the society passes off as grotesque. He shrugs off the cultural stigma that mandates the fear of old age. He teaches us to embrace death and in the process, to experience the beauty of life. #TuesdaysWithMorrie
1 153 January, 2019
Diplomacy requires rehearsed acting and strong gestures with key arguments. Don’t fight without these weapons
Art for the book “Anancy and the Sky God”, retold by Lorraine Horsely and published by Ladybird - England
Could there be happiness in manufactured reality? If reality is the world perceived by senses, then it can be modeled. Would you want to leave your cage? Bear in mind that the cage can leave you. IT controls you - not the other way around.
I chose black for shadows, but Degas stoped me.”Use brown.” Renoir laughed,“Nonsense! To Edgar all is brown due to his sunglasses.” “Innovate,” interrupted Cézanne.”Communication is in composition,” added Manet. “You’re not one of us.” said Degas, raising his brush. “He’s our father!” defended Monet. “Let’s listen to the lady,” said Pissarro, wisely looking at Cassatt. “A bluish shadow will tell viewers it's a sunny day without showing the sky,” she said in American accent.