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Joseph here! I'm currently trying to figure out how to be honest with myself, and one of the things I thought of doing is to write. here. I couldn't write in my other blog, l-i-g-s, because it's a little public. I think I need writing therapy. I don't know. It's one way I'm sure I could be honest with myself.
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inspirationfeed:
Very True… http://on.fb.me/16p2U17

It irks me to see the missing a in the word ‘lern’. But that’s what emphasizes the point being delivered by this image.
One can’t learn without having to accept one’s limitations, committing mistakes, and continuing to take a leap of faith.

inspirationfeed:

Very True… http://on.fb.me/16p2U17

It irks me to see the missing a in the word ‘lern’. But that’s what emphasizes the point being delivered by this image.

One can’t learn without having to accept one’s limitations, committing mistakes, and continuing to take a leap of faith.

(via midnight-city-dreamer)

inspirationfeed:

25 Creative Bookmark Designs http://ow.ly/ojtS7http://on.fb.me/16zyCiZ

This is a nifty bookmark! Not only does it mark the page you last read, but also the last sentence you read. The last word, even!

(via midnight-city-dreamer)

inspirationfeed:

Very True… http://on.fb.me/16p2U17

It irks me to see the missing a in the word ‘lern’. But that’s what emphasizes the point being delivered by this image.
One can’t learn without having to accept one’s limitations, committing mistakes, and continuing to take a leap of faith.

inspirationfeed:

Very True… http://on.fb.me/16p2U17

It irks me to see the missing a in the word ‘lern’. But that’s what emphasizes the point being delivered by this image.

One can’t learn without having to accept one’s limitations, committing mistakes, and continuing to take a leap of faith.

inspirationfeed:

25 Creative Bookmark Designs http://ow.ly/ojtS7 http://on.fb.me/16zyCiZ

This is a nifty bookmark! Not only does it mark the page you last read, but also the last sentence you read. The last word, even!

spacettf:

Looking Westward from the East Coast at Night (NASA, International Space Station, 09/18/13) by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
One of three Expedition 37 crew members aboard the International Space Station on Sept. 18 photographed this high oblique night image showing dozens of major cities and communities on the east coast and points west toward the Great Lakes area, and even areas to the southwest. Long Island, NY is a tell-tale identifier as it juts out into the Atlantic Ocean in the lower right portion of the image. The estuary known as Long Island Sound is also visible at lower right. The New York metropolitan area is largely visible below the tip of one of the space station’s solar array panels.

Image credit: NASA

The outer space is an amazing place, and I’ve always wanted to see the world from space, though I am not in pursuit of becoming an astronaut someday. In this picture, you could see the East Coast at the dark side of the Earth. Could you imagine yourself in that picture, only seemingly looking like a speck of dust than your typical full-body image? 


Amazing.

visualgraphic:

Super Sentai Series by Mark Eastwood

At first, I thought this was a vector poster of Power Rangers. Looking at it for a while says otherwise, but I’m still convinced it’s Power Rangers. HAHAHAHA.


Anyhow, I like how detailed this vector poster is. The nitty-gritty details in the helmets are what makes me kilig over it. It gives completeness to the illustration, so in some way it becomes alive.

10 plays
Voltaire,
Then and Again

My SF comrade Lance played this song while my block mates and I were chilling in the FA lounge last Thursday. It was quite unusual for me to hear songs of the cabaret genre (and I’ve never heard of Voltaire before), so I got curious to listen to it. He called this song a creepy lullaby, which is kinda odd ‘cause lullabies are supposed to be warm and settling. I rather find it cute yet full of meaning. As I understood it, the song speaks of how the monsters in our bed aren’t really the monsters, but our fear of these monsters are. Thus, we have to confront these fears of ours in order for us to get on with life.

Guess this song will make it on my playlist for the week. Hello hello, Voltaire HAHA

visualgraphic:

A designers duty

by Spudgun

I like how this picture reminds artists/designers/drawing enthusiasts (?) of their first attempt to create. One weaved his or her first characters or  objects of their imagination with a pencil. The pencil marks the beginning of a lifetime dedication and passion for creating new characters among artists.

http://www.josephcaligner.tumblr.com

'cause i'll be spending more time posting on my other blog than here (I don't even post here that much anymore lol)

ayt

because guh I hate that tumblr changed its settings and disabled setting primary blogs :l


here’s the link! http://josephcaligner.tumblr.com/