Aldous Huxley was a mind ahead of his time. Through his literary works, he encouraged others to examine the “absurdity of strongly held but little examined beliefs.” Sadly, there are countless millions of “normal” people […]
America is in the middle of a pain epidemic, we need to stop stigmatizing those who are suffering. Read More via Three-Quarters of Americans Are Self-Medicating Pain — Observer
The underlying events and emotions that often lead to total devastation in the form of addiction/alcoholism are rarely, if ever, spoken of.
The shame, stigma and silence surrounding addiction sadly ends in the death of at least *90 people in the U.S. every day. As a society, people are becoming increasingly disconnected from each other, their faces glued to electronic devices, this is a problem that is only getting worse. NOTE: This blog had to be edited due to disturbing content.
*According to the National Institute of Health (NIH) nih.gov
Aquaphobia – The Fear of Water
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Being slightly obsessed with Game of Thrones, I have seen a lot of fan art. Recently, I began seeing illustrations by Raymond Waskita Terutama (RWT), I was stunned by the talent and depth of his work. While there are many great artists out there, this guy has that “special something” that sets him apart.
When approached, Raymond was gracious enough to grant me an interview. READ ON for some great insights into the mind of this delightful and talented artist.