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How We Choose to Dance — lauravent69

Dance your dance! via How We Choose to Dance — lauravent69

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“We need a president… to face down the greed of fossil fuel executives and the billionaire class who stand in the way of climate action. We need a president who welcomes their hatred.” — Art of Quotation

“We need a president who has the courage, the vision, and the record to face down the greed of fossil fuel executives and the billionaire class who stand in the way of climate action. We need a president who welcomes … Continue reading

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😃 — Moda-Creative thinking (this video is wonderful–Gigi)

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5 Reasons Why I Love Blackwell’s | Holly Goes Abroad — Nut Free Nerd (such a lovely post about a great bookstore–Gigi)

What would a Holly Goes Abroad series be without a post about Blackwell’s? Blackwell’s is my favorite bookshop in Oxford, and definitely one of my favorite bookshops ever. My friend and I made a point to make an extra-long visit … Continue reading

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dreamcatcher — Gretchen Del Rio’s Art Blog (Her work is amazing–Gigi)

The shape of the dreamcatcher is a circle because it represents the circle of life and how forces like the sun and moon travel each day and night across the sky. The dreamcatcher web catches the bad dreams during the … Continue reading

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“When a billionaire dies, who inherits their senators?” — Art of Quotation

“When a billionaire dies, who inherits their senators?” Amir Talai, twitter feed Aug. 23, 2019 via “When a billionaire dies, who inherits their senators?” — Art of Quotation

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radioactive decay — MYMonkey MIND

In a decaying society, art, if it is truthful, must also reflect decay. And unless it wants to break faith with its social function, art must show the world as changeable. And help to change it. Ernst Fischer via radioactive decay … Continue reading

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