— Albert Camus (via onlinecounsellingcollege)
There aren’t any prerequisites necessary for appreciating diversity, so there’s really no need for you to try and qualify your love for diversity in high fashion…
The way this comment is structured, though, and the prepositional phrase of “in high fashion” is another instance where an attempt for inclusion and celebration of a multiplicity of faces usually excluded from the echelons of luxury brands has, on this small level, instead been co-opted. Diversity becomes Otherizing.
— Nelson Mandela (via viokie)
— Neil Gaiman (via sinolia)
"When I speak about silence in art, I speak about a spiritual, interior silence, a removal from the world, a living in the world without being of the world. Sounds and words are always like clouds that ambulate below the silence of an unaffected sky, always clear and blue."
- Alejandro Jodorowsky
A “Bachelor” producer mocks and sexually harasses a maybe-fake woman on Twitter. Welcome to The Circle!
GC: The reference to this month’s PGBC pick gave me pause, and the article actually contains more than a fleeting reference, although not that much more if you were hesitant about clicking through. Spoiler-free!
I imagine we’ll be talking further about “digital life” v. “real life,” as well as constructions of reality in January for our next Hangout. Anyone have preliminary thoughts they’d like to share before then?
I’m thinking Matrix, the Kardashians, #BringBackMiles, African princes, and Ouroboros.
— Lisa Unger, Beautiful Lies (via theflowersinmyheart)