"The fact that someone else loves you doesn’t rescue you from the project of loving yourself."
"The sky calls to us. If we do not destroy ourselves, we will one day venture to the stars."
I made these to fit the Facebook cover photo size - feel free to use them with the post’s link. Photo courtesy: ESA/NASA.
Lol, and that pretty much sums that up. In all seriousness though, giving wopila, thanks, is a shared tradition amongst most Native Nations and something that was celebrated more than just one day a year. It would be good for all of us to give wopila each and everyday for all that we have and all that we do not have. Giving wopila brings greater respect and appreciation for life.
LRI would like to give wopila to all of you. Hanhepi waste luha pelo You all have a good evening.
15 Ways The United States Is The Best (At Being The Worst)
We hear it all the time, from every corner of the political sphere: There’s no other country on the planet quite like the United States of America. Such pronouncements are typically of the rah-rah variety, and it’s indisputably true that this country is exceptional in a large number of ways.
But that is not always necessarily a good thing.
(To see all fifteen, click the title. Credit: Huffington Post)
This is what American Exceptionalism looks like.
Superheroes Reimagined by contemporary Native American artist Jeffery Veregge
"[My work] is a reflection of a lifetime love affair with comic books, toys, TV and film. Taking my passions and blending them with my Native perspective, artistic background and the desire to simply be me."
Find him on his: website | shop | facebook | pintrest | twitter
WOW I love these.
Especially love Wolverine vs. Hulk and Batman.
SCCA Week 1 - A Raw Portrait
Assignment: Take a RAW portrait
This portrait is of my first photography teacher Zorn B. Taylor. He was my beginning black and white instructor, and my intermediate/advanced digital teacher at Seattle’s Youth In Focus.
Zorn is now my coworker. We both teach youth 13-19 at Youth in Focus and my experience as a photographer has come full circle.
Zorn graduated from the Commercial Photography program in 2005 (the year before I met him) and was the first person to get me a PAID PHOTO GIG. He is my mentor, my coworker, and my father figure which I did not have growing up.
Thank you for everything Zorn.
Love Chloe. Love Zorn. Loved my time at YIF.
Thanks for sharing this Cloe!