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You always resign, Benedict!

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I’m going to take the liberty to translate this article from https://oehd.wordpress.com/2013/02/12/siempre-renuncias-benedicto/  to English because I truly feel the message delivered by the writer has a lot of value. I would like to… Continue reading

What if money didn’t exist?

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A long while back I was asked to write a speech for high school students that were about to graduate. I never delivered it so I turned it into a – not so… Continue reading

Viewing life through a new lens

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Her name is Nika Ostby, and I have to admit, I didn’t find her, she found me. She is twenty years old, yet she describes herself as an old soul: “I wear slippers… Continue reading

I have witnessed a miracle, her name: Lupita

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Lupita Juvera is a really good friend of mine and through her I have witnessed, not only one, but hundreds of miracles. She was born with an hemangioma that covered half of the… Continue reading

Adriana Fuentevilla: The Eternal Daydreamer

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Adriana Fuentevilla is a photographer based in Guadalajara, Mexico. She was born 25 years ago in a seaside city and has since then lived in three different continents for several years, which made her develop… Continue reading

Introducing: Aníbal Gomescasseres

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From the beginning of his artistic practice, Aníbal begins his exploration from flat paintings of digital appearance to progressively involving himself with new mechanisms of expression by utilizing technological devices and reflecting about how these… Continue reading

Tube Stories by The Illustrious Peacock

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For a while now, I’ve been debating on whether or not I should share this dark, awkward, and even creepily beautiful series of posts on The Illustrious Peacock titled Tube Stories – Hipstamatic Adventures… Continue reading

What one can do with a pencil

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I was looking for something interesting to post today and while surfing the web I came across this beautiful image of what seemed like a girl in an almost state of ecstasy taking… Continue reading

Introducing: Carolina Fontoura Alzaga

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CAROLINA (Caro) FONTOURA ALZAGA is a multidisciplinary artist with a penchant for repurposing castoff materials and exploring socio-political themes. Hailing from Mexico, Brazil, and USA, Caro’s Work is informed by her lifelong movement between… Continue reading

The Last Lecture

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On September 18, 2007, professor Randy Pausch stepped in front of an audience of 400 people at Carnegie Mellon University to deliver a last lecture called “Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams.” With slides… Continue reading