Selamat malam, ...
So if you find someone
Someone to have, someone to hold, don't trade it for silver
Oh, don't trade it for gold
'Cause I have all of life's treasures and they're fine and they're good
They remind me that houses are just made of wood
What makes a house grand, oh, it ain't the roof or the doors
If there's love in a house, it's a palace for sure
But without love it ain't nothin' but a house
A house where nobody lives
But without love
It ain't nothin' but a house, a house where nobody lives
Discipline & Freedom •
These concepts have been on my mind lately, and I’d love to hear your thoughts. I often treat discipline and freedom as if they’re in conflict, but I don’t think that’s true. It is so valuable to be able to navigate challenges with grace and consistency, to set goals and stick to them. And it is equally as valuable to be able to hold space for yourself—to be fully present in the moment and figure life out as you live it, like a human. •
How do you all feel about discipline and freedom? Do you more naturally gravitate toward one or the other? Do you feel that it’s hard to hold both, or does that come naturally to you?
It is important to understand the differences between the terms "grief/grieving" and "bereavement". Grief is the psychological-emotional experience following a loss of any kind (relationship, status, job, house, game, income, etc), whereas bereavement is a specific type of grief related to someone dying. These photos express primarily the larger grieving process. •
Throughout the process, we can notice an alteration of the photos to finally arrive to the last stage in which the photo is the closer to reality in colour and texture, so the art falsification is used to show a transformation and an opposite effect which is reconstruction where the grieving person reconstructs their reality.
1. Shock, denial, out of focus, confusion, the person isn't aware of what's happening.
2. Anger: High contrast, red, warm colours, rage.
3. Bargaining: The colour is a bit lighter now, red becomes pink... but a lot of "what if" questions arise.
4. Depression: Feeling blue and seeing the word in shades of blue, sadness, crying.
5. Acceptance: Reality, the world will never be as it was before the pain, acceptance isn't happiness but it's the ability to be able to feel happy about other things and not feel guilty about it, acceptance is peace with what happened, it's a ray of light in the end of the tunnel.
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