In fact, when certain negative tendencies remain hidden from our conscious awareness, they will tend to drive our emotions and behaviors in unpredictable ways. This is when you might find yourself losing your temper over something minor, or going into despair over a small mistake, or disliking someone who exhibits the trait you don’t want to see in yourself.-Sally Kempton

In fact, when certain negative tendencies remain hidden from our conscious awareness, they will tend to drive our emotions and behaviors in unpredictable ways.

picture of the silent protest organized by Occupy Boise, part of the Occupy Wall Street gatherings. Today they are taping $1 over their mouths to symbolize how the 1% have silenced the other 99% in the USA. They also say the $1 is one dollar more than the Bank of America has paid in taxes

the last pinner pinned this as Freedom of speech. I see this as Put your money where your mouth is.//I see it as money isn't power it's weakness;only a strong man can truly live without money.

i heart teaching art: 3W: Stephen J Shanabrook

Paper surgery photography: Stephen J Shanabrook takes photographs of beautiful supermodels and turns them into grotesque monsters by toying with the idea of beauty.

Looking for help: Edward blurred his face in this powerful photograph, which is entitled A...

Photographer captures his depression in series of self-portraits

Sticky tape faces, Wes Naman. I like this because it relates to beauty distortion again and I find it really interesting.

Distorted sticky tape faces

Wes Naman is currently based in New Mexico and he has created this hilarious scotch tape series. Naman has stuck layers of tape all around peoples faces giving them rather odd and funny features.

Break the mirrors and close your eyes. Because what you're seeing is not you. It's just your shell. A shell is meant to be peeled off and expose what's inside. That's you. - Calli

wurzeltod: “ in-circles: “ (via martha macha) ” My eyes still won’t believe that this is a contemporary photograph. Chapeau, mademoiselle Martha for making my eyes scream and my heart bleed.

Portraits of Homeless Individuals Show What Poverty REally Looks like by photographer Lee Jeffries

Hauntingly Beautiful Portraits Of Homeless Individuals Show What Poverty Really Looks Like

" Dismorfobina "is a series of photographs made ​​by the Spanish artist Natalia Pereira based in Barcelona. A series of portraits whose face was disfigured by a rubber band wrapped tightly around the subject's head reflects " the distortion of our identity when we are desperately trying to fit into a perfect mold that is not ours. An endless quest and need to be what we are not. "

Models Disfigured by Wrapping Elastic Bands on Their Heads

" Dismorfobina "is a series of photographs made ​​by the Spanish artist Natalia Pereira based in Barcelona.

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