Let us reveal, with our eyes, our true selves…and feel what it is to truly acknowledge one another.
Maximon isn’t an easy idol to comprehend. He is both divine and devilish, fiend and friend, a communicator to Ajaw, the supreme Mayan god, but also a trickster that may double cross whoever presents an offering.
“Oh Woman!” is a poem that represents the anxiety of existence of every-woman. The passive victim of male gazes, she is always in the process of introspection, longing for a space of her own.
In Trump’s America, where the veneer of American idealism and tolerance has been ripped away to reveal something sickening, my childhood memories have started to morph.
It goes without saying that the evergreen P.G. is perhaps the most loved English-language writer this side of the Suez, albeit he might not be as widely read or popular, today, in the West and/or the English-speaking world, per se.
Unless it’s mad, passionate and extraordinary,
With mutual weirdness, it’s a waste of your time.
“The more I sought, the more evidence has appeared to demonstrate the probability, nay certainty, that all men are of one blood.” Robert Fitzroy, Voyage of the Beagle and Adventure Vol. 2, 1839.
When most Torontonians think of developer Sam Mizrahi, they think of the skyscraper known as The One that will be constructed at the corner of Yonge and Bloor Streets in downtown Toronto. But, if you want to know the story of a developer who is deeply and spiritually invested in building and supporting his community you have to look to another project, the construction of the Temmy Latner building, which will be the new home for the Forest Hill Jewish Centre in Toronto.
Have you ever wondered why children are so creative and imaginative? It’s because they lack a trait that many adults have, unfortunately, grown into. It’s known as fixedness.
For most of modern human history, people achieved the appearance they wanted through proper tailoring of their clothes. While some people still make clothing fit a priority, it has certainly lost its place in the average person’s life.