The Tower by *TheOtherBunty on deviantART

Ξ December 29th, 2006 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Arts, Photography |



 

The Water by *TheOtherBunty on deviantART

Ξ December 26th, 2006 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Arts, Photography |




The Water

 

Display photo – photo.net

Ξ December 26th, 2006 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Arts, Photography |





Old sheep fank on Ben Lawers.

 

Lonely Twins by *~~ stef ~~ [bunty]

Ξ December 26th, 2006 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Arts, Photography |





Lonely Twins
(killin golf course, yesterday.)

 

The Lairds House by *~~ stef ~~ [bunty]

Ξ December 25th, 2006 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Arts, Photography |



 

YouTube – Le Mystere des voix Bulgares – Bulgarian choir 3 songs

Ξ December 24th, 2006 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Music |




 

Frosty Daisies. by *~~ stef ~~ [bunty]

Ξ December 18th, 2006 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Arts, Photography |





Daisies outside my front door, still flowering even though it's the middle of December.

 

If we try now to sum up our

Ξ December 17th, 2006 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Misc |

Stumbleupon Review


    If we try now to sum up our discussion of the impact of the social and economic changes on the individual in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries we arrive at the following picture:
        We find the same ambiguity of freedom which we have discussed before. The individual is freed from the bondage of economic and political ties. He also gains in positive freedom by the active and independent role which he has to play in the new system. But simultaneously he is freed from those ties which used to give him security and a feeling of belonging. Life has ceased to be lived in a closed world the centre of which was man; the world has become limitless and at the same time threatening. By losing his fixed place in a closed world man loses the answer to the meaning of his life; the result is that doubt has befallen him concerning himself and the aim of life. He is threatened by powerful suprapersonal forces, capital and the market. His relationship to his fellow men, with everyone a potential competitor, has become hostile and estranged; he is free -- that is, he is alone, isolated, threatened from all sides. Not having the wealth of the power which the Renaissance capitalist had, and also having lost the sense of unity with men and the universe, he is overwhelmed with a sense of his individual nothingness and helplessness. Paradise is lost for good, the individual stands alone and faces the world -- a stranger thrown into a limitless and threatening world. The new freedom is bound to create a deep feeling of anxiety. These feeling must be alleviated if the individual is to function successfully. -- Erich Fromm

 

Quis custodiet… by *~~ stef ~~ [bunty]

Ξ December 17th, 2006 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Arts, Photography |



 

CHRISTMAS CARDS – Combined Charities Christmas Shops

Ξ December 15th, 2006 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Politics and Society |


    "Combined Charities began in 1971, with 12 participating charities. Now there are 63 involved in our shops, and another 56 on our web-site.

    The internet venture, which we started 6 years ago, seemed a logical extension of what we were already doing,:- providing a market for charities. However, two principles mark us out as different from others in this field.

    1] Charities, whether in our shops or on our web-site, get 100% of their sales.

    2] No-one working for Combined Charities is paid.

    Perhaps, in this day and age of go-getting and making money, this is refreshing to know. The very skilled and professional team of Combined Charities do all the work for free. Browse this site then, confident that whatever you choose, the charities are getting 100% returned to them."