Lulu De Panbehchi has taken a simple construct of typology and managed to transform it into a metaphor for life. Can the meaning of life exist in the blank space between two brackets?
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BY MIMI WILSON
@ VOL 2
ON JUN 05, 2014
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Impersonating a Photographer
BY DIANNE BURGIS
@ VOL 1
ON APR 09, 2016
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Self-reflection in self-reflection
BY IRIS BAKKER
@ VOL 35
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How to Leave Fear Behind on the Journey of Self-Discovery
BY JAY-RAM RAJENDRA
@ VOL 9
ON MAY 31, 2018
Jay-Ram Rajendra, Industrial Chemist
“How to Leave Fear Behind on the Journey of Self-Discovery”
As Bruce Lee once said, "All knowledge is self-knowledge." In our quest to understand ourselves, we tend to experience many emotions throughout our life, but none is as self-limiting as the feeling of fear. Join Jay-Ram in a moment of letting go of the illusion of fear so that we may discover our reality, and ultimately ourselves.