Entersection

Entersection is a collection of quality quotations: seeds for conversation and the gathering of metadata. Expanded daily and continuously improved, Entersection intends to become a nexus for the sustenance and cultivation of wisdom throughout the world and across the generations.

Nov 17
parabola-magazine:

“There is no reason to assume that the universe has the slightest interest in intelligence—or even in life. Both may be random accidental by-products of its operations like the beautiful patterns on a butterfly’s wings. The insect would fly just as well without them.”
—Arthur C. Clarke
Photographer unknown [photo from the LIFE magazine Photo Archive]
Courtesy of yama-bato, issafly, ajourneyroundmyskull & originally posted by liquidnight)

parabola-magazine:

“There is no reason to assume that the universe has the slightest interest in intelligence—or even in life. Both may be random accidental by-products of its operations like the beautiful patterns on a butterfly’s wings. The insect would fly just as well without them.”

—Arthur C. Clarke

Photographer unknown [photo from the LIFE magazine Photo Archive]

Courtesy of yama-bato, issafly, ajourneyroundmyskull & originally posted by liquidnight)


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Hinewirangi Kohu-Morgan is a Maori artist, poet, and activist, who lives and works in Aotearoa (New Zealand). She is a Board Member of the International Indian Treaty Council and is a Representative for the Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific movement.
Hinewirangi is a founding director of the Maori Women’s Centre, which runs programs that help end domestic violence and rebuild community while promoting radical changes in the dominant political and economic system. She teaches in her homeland of New Zealand and abroad, conducting workshops on all aspects of the Maori philosophies of mental, physical, and spiritual well-being.
Her areas of expertise include traditional Maori parenting and healing; Maori flute-making; and indigenous poetry and drama. Her published works include a four-part collection of poetry entitledkanohi ki ti kanohi, about her travels to indigenous communities around the world.
Strength+Beauty: May 3rd: Hinewirangi Kohu Morgan - Maori Activist, Artist, Poet and International Speaker

Hinewirangi Kohu-Morgan is a Maori artist, poet, and activist, who lives and works in Aotearoa (New Zealand). She is a Board Member of the International Indian Treaty Council and is a Representative for the Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific movement.

Hinewirangi is a founding director of the Maori Women’s Centre, which runs programs that help end domestic violence and rebuild community while promoting radical changes in the dominant political and economic system. She teaches in her homeland of New Zealand and abroad, conducting workshops on all aspects of the Maori philosophies of mental, physical, and spiritual well-being.

Her areas of expertise include traditional Maori parenting and healing; Maori flute-making; and indigenous poetry and drama. Her published works include a four-part collection of poetry entitledkanohi ki ti kanohi, about her travels to indigenous communities around the world.

Strength+Beauty: May 3rd: Hinewirangi Kohu Morgan - Maori Activist, Artist, Poet and International Speaker


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