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I Drink The First Kiss

Cor Non Mentitur from maxima on Vimeo.

Written: © Maxima 

I know, my sweetie,
The smell of the wind
In the crowns of plum trees… 39 more words

Defend Kenyan Hiphop

Street art is a medium that the youth uses to showcases to communicate their message and talent. Spotted this at a Neighbourhood in Nairobi, Kenya….

Message: DEFEND HIPHOP

African Man Chronicles

Insta-Feb

So here it is! Our February Instagram round up! For the shortest month in the year we got quite a lot packed into it. Valentines Day, Pancake Day and Rose’s Wedding Anniversary! 13 more words

2015

Something Beautiful from Something Gone

I took a walk around my university’s nature park today and I came across this hedgehog skin. I saw a good chance to immortalize the animal’s skin. 37 more words

Kenya

Let The Tenderness

Written: © Maxima 

I give myself to you tonight,
My body, my soul,
My heart and my lips
Kiss me the way you want
Like no one else can… 39 more words

Photo Friday: Opportunity

“When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us.” – … 16 more words

Photography

Église Abbatiale Saint-Jouin-de-Marnes (Dennis Aubrey)

The church of Saint Jouin de Marnes is known as the Vézelay Poitevin, a tribute to its importance and beauty. It was named after a 4th century hermit named Jovinus from Mouterre-Silly near Loudun. 1,081 more words

Architecture

Gordon C. Stewart reblogged this on VIEWS from the EDGE and commented:

Via Lucis Photography of Religious Architecture is a Views from the Edge favorite because of its ability to synthesize art, history, theology, and social commentary centering on the deeper things of the human spirit and the awe of Gothic and Romanesque architecture. In the midst of this post, Dennis Aubrey draws attention to the lion which appears to be spewing foliage. I proposed to Dennis that perhaps the lion is "eating straw like the ox" in Isaiah 11 and 65, Isaiah's vision of the peaceable kingdom, an interpretation that seems to go well with the church's sculptural rendering Jesus' Parable of the Last Judgment in Matthew 25. Église Abbatiale Saint-Jouin-de-Marnes's Last Judgment scene suggests an artistic interpretation that eliminates the divide between sheep (saved) and goats (damned), a pictorial witness to the final judgment as universal forgiveness and salvation. To enjoy the original, complete with photographs, scroll down and click on "View the Original".