Une Vie d'Envies - Life of Desires


Les tribulations d'une cocotte hétéroclite. Les envies d'un Electron libre, mes coups de cœur et impressions sur l'art en général, le design, la photographie, la musique électronique, le street art, body art.
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Sébastien Del Grosso  creates the perfect mix between Photography and Sketch


Tonight we had a total eclipse that was only visible on Americas and Asia/Australia. 
Europe wasn’t able to see, but we could feel it.

A Blood Moon is quite important. It was also the full moon after the harvest one: The Hunter Moon.

Wiccans call this the Shedding moon or the Falling Leaf moon. It hold great reverence to many on a spiritual journey. Many believe that the veils between worlds are the thinnest on this night. Pay close attention to all visions, and messages received at this time.
Those wishing to contact loved ones may wish to do so on this night as the bridge between worlds is easiest to cross.
You may, at this time of full moon ask her to give direction in your life or bring wisdom. You can do this easily, by sitting in the light of the moon. You should bring some water and pour it into a small bowl, then offer it to Grandmother Moon and the Earth. Ask her to bless the water to bring you direction or healing. Allow it to stay in her light for a time. Thank her for her blessing. Now you have blessed moon water to heal yourself or others. And it can also be used to bathe any stones you may have of negative energies, or any unwanted energy attachments. Make sure to thank her for her blessing.

Wish you a great, powerful and healing Hunter Blood Moon.

Photograph by ©Gonzalo Bénard

ps - more info at:
and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_Moon_Prophecy


Nepal trekking, at the foot of Mount Everest. “Drapeau à prière” - © : superyodaman

(via autopsi-art)


Inside the Life of a Beekeeper with @girlnextdoorhoney

To see more photos and videos of Hilary’s daily encounters with bees, follow @girlnextdoorhoney on Instagram.

“Everything about bees is surprising and fascinating,” says beekeeper Hilary Kearney (@girlnextdoorhoney). Hilary started her own beekeeping business in her hometown of San Diego, California, after reading about it in a book. “Unlike traditional beekeepers,” she explains, “most of my hives are in urban and suburban settings, as I believe in integrating bees back into our daily lives.” Now an owner of around 40 beehives, Hilary also services bee removals, holds educational classes and runs a “host a hive program” that places beehives in volunteers’ backyards.

As a beekeeper, Hilary strives to educate people about the friendly nature of honeybees and how much they contribute to our lives. With a background in visual arts, she uses Instagram as a channel to artistically communicate information about bees and their behaviors. In one of her photos, she documents what’s known as festooning, where bees hold onto each other to create a scaffold while they build honeycombs. “It’s one of my favorite things that bees do,” she says. “My visual inspiration mostly comes from the bees themselves, but my urge to share and teach is what motivates me.”

Don’t give up

On a bumpy road I walk
Facing rejection and rock
In pursuit of my big hit
Ready to reach the summit.
Many hazards on the way
Could convince me cease to pray,
But I have to be stronger
And believe in a wonder.
Being far from my home land,
From my dear ones, and withstand,
Is sometimes hard and aching
But my friends’ care is soothing.
I’m certain a day will start
When someone eases my heart
And discover all my gifts,
What I deserve, with no ifs.
Then my life will be sweeter
With no worries nor anger
With much more sun and more fun
And pleasure on the long run.


September 28, 1948: Eleanor Speaks in Favor of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

On this day in 1948, United Nations delegate and former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt delivered a speech in Paris entitled, “The Struggle for Human Rights.” Her goal was to create a sense of unity among nations through the common principles of the Declaration, a document that she helped draft and approve. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was approved by the UN General Assembly that December.

Learn more about all the Roosevelts with preview videos from Ken Burns’s The Roosevelts.

Photo: Eleanor Roosevelt with the English version of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Wikimedia Commons

Respect the Nature… Soul Life.