There is but one experience every human being will share and that is death. The death I am referencing is, of course, physical human death. There are many kinds of death aside from this though; the death of relationships, of personal identity, of paradigms, of isms, and of innocence. These are all traumatic extencitions, each …
My body was not alone, but my mind was...I was undefinable.
We need students who can problem solve, who can have the confidence to advocate for themselves, who can identify faulty reasoning in themselves and others, and articulate why.
...time to set aside what’s required and dive into some recreational reading!
If I can alter a quote by German philosopher Immanuel Kant, “Two things fill my mind with ever new and increasing admiration and awe...the natural world around me and the inner landscape of human experience within me.
Between all these lie great amounts of tension which we must learn to navigate
I have seen much of Seph Lawless' photographic work of abandoned malls in the United States, and as many times as I've seen the images, I'm still fascinated and drawn to their eeriness.