1. PHOTOGRAPHY: Wet Cities by Christophe Jacrot

    French photographer Christophe Jacrot takes us out on the streets when most of us prefer staying sheltered. He captures the raw, stunning souls of Paris, New York and other cities in a different way, with artistic purpose in magical yet in-climate weather conditions.  

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  2. Jiddu Krishnamurti

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  3. "True intelligence operates silently. Stillness is where creativity and solutions to problems are found."
    —  Eckhart Tolle 

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  4. Rene Burri.

    Cuba 1993

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  5. In praise of slowness and reflection – wonderful read from 1910, all the more urgently relevant today

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  7. "Whenever you are creating beauty around you, you are restoring your own soul."
    —  Alice Walker

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  8.  Black Orchid

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  9. "Simplicity is complexity resolved."
    — Constantin Brâncuși 1876-1957, Romania

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  10. "The greatest good you can do for another is not just share your riches, but to reveal to him his own."
    — Benjamin Disraeli

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  11. Quantic and his Combo Barbaro. The Dreaming Mind Pt 1

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  12. "Our true nationality is mankind."
    — H. G. Wells 

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  13. "As we manipulate everyday words, we forget that they are fragments of ancient and eternal stories, that we are building our houses with broken pieces of sculptures and ruined statues of gods."
    — Bruno Schulz 

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  14. "When you begin to become conscious, more aware, when your eyes begin to open, the first thing you see is how deluded you are and how much you’re holding onto that which makes you suffer. This is, in many ways, the most important step: Are you willing to be aware?"
    — Adyashanti

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