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Hard work is not the path to Well- Being. Feeling good is the path to Well-Being. You don't create through action; you create through vibration. And then, your vibration calls action from you.
--- Abraham Hicks
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These paintings by San Diego-based artist Kelsey Brookes are not only amazing, but also very original. Representing personal meditations on spirituality and humanity, Brookes states that his "work draws influence from Hindu and Buddhist deities, exotic animals and sex, as well as rustic American quilts." He also draws reference from the British painter Francis Bacon with painterly splashes of color leaving raw bold marks on the canvas.
via | mymodernmet
Posted by Dopart Academy at 5:45 AM
One of my favorite songs from an incredible album. The lyrics, arrangement, and mood of this song is all great.
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A simpsons fanatic builds a real life version of the cartoon house in Henderson, Nevada. I try to live a non-judgmental life, but this is nuts lol.
Posted by Dopart Academy at 1:33 AM
This is incredile, hilarious, ridiculous and impressive. Supposedly, her "African" friends taught her.
Posted by Dopart Academy at 1:26 AM
Earlier today I took a visit to Trace magazine's blog and I found Shalonda.
I'm really glad I came across her music. She recently released a mixtape, "Just Go," where she creates some really dope material with a refreshing concept. The idea behind the mixtape involves reinterpretation of classic songs combined with modern records. One of my favorite moments, is when she sings Dorothy Moore's Misty Blue over Kanye West's Say You Will. She really pulls off the concept well throughout the entire mixtape. Definitely, check this out if you've been looking for some good music.
Take a listen @ www.heyshalonda.com
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I remember being a kid listening to this album and this song being blown away. Bahamadia's lyricism, wordplay, and overall dope tone in this joint is still cool to this day.
I'm a big fan of Malcolm Gladwell's books, Tipping Point and Outliers. If you are a fan of his work, this is a good watch. He's great at connecting the most opposite things together to make you think in a new way.
Tipping Point author Malcolm Gladwell gets inside the food industry's pursuit of the perfect spaghetti sauce -- and makes a larger argument about the nature of choice and happiness.
I would probably have to see these in person to know how that suede x patent leather actually looks together, but these look like they have some potential.
Posted by Dopart Academy at 10:50 PM
These are all the demo sesssions and original versions of the songs from Thriller. It's dope to hear how some of these songs originally sounded, and to hear how they evolved in what we knew them to be.
Download: Michael Jackson - Thriller Demos
Posted by Dopart Academy at 10:43 PM