Originally posted on Ron Mayhew's Blog:
It is impossible to not be in awe of what is India. She is at once chaotic, unruly, exaggerated and constantly in motion.
The pace of life is frenetic and I believe all of India must be sleep deprived.
It is impossible, at least for me, to fully understand, much less describe her. And that’s the fascination.
I have heard that there are more billionaires minted in India each year than any other country in the world.
But that is not what attracts me. My India is rather tattered and frayed. And orange.
Especially the northern portion. Everything has a coating of orange from the polluted, smog filled air and blowing dust from the arid land.
Saffron, a color that symbolizes all aspects of Hinduism, is the color of sadhus and saints,
ascetics and sages. It is the color of the holy…
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Originally posted on A Writer's Blog:
I’m but a little flame
flickering in the night
a warm and hopeful yellow,
casting dull shadows on the walls
Igniting what experience
and reflection impart to me;
and every “like”
is fuel for the fire
of my existence.
Because of you
I will one day burn
in the hearts of millions.
Originally posted on Konscious Kings:
I’ve been feeling like I need to stop, drop and roll
because this poetry’s on fire, it’ll rock your soul.
Make you feel it in your toes, elbows and chest.
Eliminating negativity, depression and stress.
Blessed is how you will feel, once you’re fed and full
take a pull on this knowledge
bow your head and pay homage.
Feel that inferno in your belly and tell me it’s motivation
pursuing elevation, no matter the situation.
Reach for the constellations, feigning for inspiration.
Eternal exhilaration is our final destination.
– Jah Soul
Originally posted on Bradberry Spread:
Michael’s preferred app is Paper by FiftyThree. With it, he makes portraits for free. All you have to do is ask. And wait, the line has grown very long.
He makes portraits from user submitted photos, every day. He calls this endeavor PaperFaces.
Read this post to learn how it began and developed.
As of August 24, 2014, Michael continues to make free portraits. Commissioned portraits get priority.
On the one year anniversary of Michael’s PaperFaces project, he had completed 476 portraits. During the growth of the project he switched from one/day to two/day. It is quite a display of talent, stick-to-it-tiveness, and generosity—I’m now a fan.
Checkout Michael’s site, mademistakes.com, especially if you’re a Paper fan as he produces in-depth tutorials for drawing and painting with the app.
featured image: snapshot of mademistakes.com homepage on 8/26/14