Shadows

“If you gaze long enough into the abyss, the abyss will gaze back into you.” Friedrich Nietzsche   Overlooking a great depth toward the abyss, humble and difficult beauty that could be seen when everything else was familiar, when life was boring and prepared to be lived in certain and predictable way. Similar as animals […]

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Frailty

“Those who find ugly meanings in beautiful things are corrupt without being charming. This is a fault. Those who find beautiful meanings in beautiful things are the cultivated. For these there is hope. They are the elect to whom beautiful things mean only Beauty.” ― Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray

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Farewell

“This gesture is symbolic of the departure from all uncertainty, from a happiness that has not yet been, from a grief that will now wait in vain, from man who live somewhere and whom he might have met some time, from all possibilities of tomorrow and the day after tomorrow; and from Death which he had thought far distant, that he had imagined would come mildly and softly and […]

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Victory in defeat

This poor caryotid has fallen under the load. She is a good girl… look at her face. Serious, unhappy at her failure, not blaming anyone, not even gods.. and she’s crumpled under it. But she’s more then just good art denouncing bad art; she’s a symbol for every woman who ever shoulder a load too heavy. But not alone woman… this symbol means every man and woman who […]

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Impermanence

Impermanence (Anicca) Ancient Greek philosopher Parmenides claimed that being is eternal, that it doesn’t move or change. Zenon with his paradoxes tried to help him in proving his theory. But the Ancient Greeks did not know the true nature of infinity. Today we mostly agree, as Buddhist did, with Heraclitus when he argued just the […]

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Letting go

Each short day here at the equator concludes in an ending with no fanfare, swift and without twilight. The suns performance is rudely smothered and hurried away, the stage seized in an act of sudden night. And the nights are dark, dark as the sight of the newly blind in which the planet curls and […]

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Once more alone

Bergson was the first who managed to understand the essence of time. He threw away watches and claimed that duration is the only way of approaching knowledge of the absolute and real life. Through duration determinism becomes an impossibility and freewill mobility. Proust was searching for lost time. In the moments of nibbling a Madeleine […]

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