This is my humble attempt to share useful information, present alternate ideas and inspire original thought in an effort to help people transform their approach to life, hopefully leading to a more productive, creative and stress-free existence.

The current paradigm is broken in so many ways, on so many levels and inhibits us from making the most of our lives. Relearn, rethink, reinvent. Discover the alternatives and break through the manipulation, fear and deception.

There are many ways to avoid the system, get around the system and defy the system. But there are also many ways to improve our lives by simply paying more attention and thinking through things instead of just going through the motions.

Let’s try this together. Let’s look at everything from the food we eat, to the medicine we use; the way we drive and how we use transportation; how we manage money and our understanding of what money is; how we use our time and who we spend time with; what we focus our energy and emotion on and where our potential truly lies.

I hope this will open your eyes and help you to find your own paradigm to live within.

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20th September 2012

Photo reblogged from National Post with 179 notes

nationalpost:

Woman who botched restoration of Spanish fresco now wants to be paidA Spanish woman who famously botched the restoration of a 19th century fresco of Jesus Christ is now insisting she be compensated because of the number of tourists who now flock to the church and pay to see it.
Cecilia Giménez, according to a report in the El Correo newspaper, has hired a lawyer because the Sanctuary of Mercy Church church is now charging visitors admission to see the work. Giménez feels she should receives royalties for her work because the church made 2,000 Euros over the course of four days.

Ahhhh, Catholicism at its best. 

nationalpost:

Woman who botched restoration of Spanish fresco now wants to be paid
A Spanish woman who famously botched the restoration of a 19th century fresco of Jesus Christ is now insisting she be compensated because of the number of tourists who now flock to the church and pay to see it.

Cecilia Giménez, according to a report in the El Correo newspaper, has hired a lawyer because the Sanctuary of Mercy Church church is now charging visitors admission to see the work. Giménez feels she should receives royalties for her work because the church made 2,000 Euros over the course of four days.

Ahhhh, Catholicism at its best. 

Tagged: religionorganized religionCatholicismchurchesbotched paintingJesus Christ paintingSpanish church painting

12th September 2012

Photo reblogged from vita de with 9,264 notes

lunarforest:

handsomeviolets:

(via rosesollux, welcometomywonderland)


With credit to the photographer. Jurg Rosessen.

lunarforest:

handsomeviolets:

(via rosesollux, welcometomywonderland)

With credit to the photographer. Jurg Rosessen.

Tagged: fantasytrue talentphotographypost realityfuture worlddecaychurches

Source: welcometomywonderland

19th January 2012

Photo with 19 notes

I love the feel of the tree taking over this shot because this church was no longer open and was showing signs of gradual decay.  The tree is slowly taking over the shot the same as nature and the elements are gradually taking over the church.

I love the feel of the tree taking over this shot because this church was no longer open and was showing signs of gradual decay.  The tree is slowly taking over the shot the same as nature and the elements are gradually taking over the church.

Tagged: my photosmy travelsfrancerouenchurchesblack and whiteb&w35mmarchitecture

Source: Flickr / ts13creative

7th December 2011

Photoset with 12 notes

Views from inside the Cathedral Notre Dame in Rouen, France.

Tagged: my travelsmy photoseuropefrancechurches

7th December 2011

Photoset with 13 notes

There are a LOT of churches in Rouen, France.  Here are some shots of the different exteriors.  What is somewhat surprising about these historic structures is that most of them are in severe disrepair and feel almost abandoned.  

Tagged: my photosmy travelseuropefrancechurches