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No one sees it like you ..

There is nothing more fascinating than the human brain. Despite the fact that we are all the same our complexities, individuality, and perspectives makes this place we call earth colourful. 

What can’t be understood is often magic. Embracing the concept of ‘creativity’ today, I have selected the standouts at The NSW Gallery. What do you know, even the 5 year old next to me is interested in Asian art pieces – well done parents, you have raised a child with taste. 

 The entire picture above is composed of the below Buddah images.Best of yellow.Beauty.  Sound waves. Sing……….And I always look up to the sky
Pray before the dawn, Cause they fly always
Sometimes they arrive, Sometimes they are gone
Fly on. 


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Faces of Evil

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FACES OF EVIL – shows the faces of the cruellest and most infamous dictators of our time, from Mao to Hitler to Mugabe. Hans Weishäupl took photographs of over 350 people in each dictator’s country and pieced particular parts of them together to create a new and alarmingly lively look for each of them. All seem familiar and yet somehow impenetrable due to the many faces that hide behind each portrait – just as in reality.

I’ve taken the liberty to choose THREE.

Adolf Hitler
Who: An idealist, dreamer, racist, dictator, over achiever and a public speaker, all for nothing.
What he believed: “Great movements are popular movements. They are volcanic eruptions of human passions and emotions, stirred into the activity by ruthless Goodness of distress or by the torch of the spoken word cast into the midst of the people”
What he taught: “Hate is more lasting than dislike”

Saddam Hussain
Who: The most methodical Arab leader of the 20th Century.
What he believed: “Im a firm, but just leader”
What he taught: “Politics is when you say you are going to do one thing while intending to do another. Then you do neither what you said, nor what you intended”

Joseph Stalin
One of the most murderous dictators in the history.
What he believed: “Death solves all problems, no man, no problems”
What he taught: “One death is a tragedy, one million is a statistic”

In my opinion, it’s all the same s*** but a different smell, however; if you had to rank the wrong doings of these so called ‘educated men’ who would you throw under the bus first?

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Never ever is ..

And wouldn’t it be boring if it was?

It’s the depth in each of us that shapes the ‘what seems’ in our surroundings. We are focused on first impressions, and so, we formulate an immediate judgement based on what the person ‘seems’ to be.

How many times have you heard people say “He/she seems nice” after a 5 minute briefing- oh what an average thing to say. Holding a conversation and smiling does not make you nice, it simply means you are socially mannered.

While people watching I condemned few on what they seem without realising it. Sitting directly opposite a man that ‘seems’ unhappy could be far from the truth. He could well in fact be much more content than I am even if I smiled from ear to ear.

The intoxicating mixture of ‘what seems’ and ‘what is’ is a powerful dynamic. After all, humans are like onions. It’s known that we have layers and for this reason the ‘what seems’ could just be the most basic layer of the many underneath.

Here's a fun fact: 10 in 7.22 billion people really know me. The rest are opinions based on the person I seem to be.                    Interesting eh!

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