This is beautiful.
The musings of a sixteen year old youth.
i was reading through my journal and i found this one page and it broke me
This is all I want…just someone to do this with and accept me for who I am
I lost the cap to a soda bottle
Then you’re fucking stupid. If you can’t drink a soda without a cap, then you’re fucking stupid.
LISTEN HERE YOU LITTLE SHIT. I COULDN’T FIND THE CAP TO AN ALMOST FULL 2 LITER BOTTLE OF DIET COKE. I WASN’T ABOUT TO DRINK THE WHOLE GOD DAMN THING ON THE SPOT. I DONT EVEN LIKE DIET COKE THAT MUCH. IF I PUT IT IN THE FRIDGE IN THE BOTTLE IT WOULD HAVE GONE FLAT SO DONT FUCKING CALL ME STUPID I AM THE FUTURE
A teacher is a sculptor of minds, an artisan responsible for the creation of an assemblage of thoughts and musings, a navigator in unsteady seas. A teacher’s greatest responsibility is to spark a student’s curiosity, an ember that will continue burning on, though your lessons have long ended. Such as that of Prometheus stealing fire from the gods and gifting it to humanity, so that it may engender a new way of thinking, a new way of doing. A flame that will grow brightly in the darkness and illuminate minds before it. A teacher’s job is not to only teach but to create minds endowed with this flame curiosity. The greatest failure that may befall a teacher is to create forms without dimension or depth, minds droning on instructions, aimless in their purpose and being. Blowing out these fragile embers in a sea of monotonous labor neither sustaining nor illuminating. Creating minds all but hollow to curiosity’s warming embrace, creating minds that waste away as every second passes. Such as that of the failure of teacher’s today, whose lessons are predicated on the past but not on the future, deaf to the promises in which engendering curiosity in minds new and fresh has.
I JUST FOUND OUT THAT TWO OF MY “HETEROSEXUAL” GUY BEST FRIENDS WERE FUCKING EACH OTHER AND MY BEST FRIEND CAUGHT THEM IM CHOKING
this is the best day ever
of course you are
Architects CMA and SeARCH were focusing on the question if it would be possible to conceal a house in an Alpine slope while still exploiting the wonderful views and allowing light to enter the building when planing the Villa Vals. They decided to build a central patio into the steep incline to create a large facade with considerable potential for window openings. The viewing angle from the building is slightly inclined, giving a dramatic view of the beautiful mountains on the opposite side of the narrow valley.
All images © Iwan Baan