Monthly Archives: November 2014

Space: A New Perspective

Do you ever look to others to learn more about yourself? Sometimes, another person’s opinion of who we are or what we look like tends to be more valuable to us than seeing our own reflection in the mirror. Charles H. Cooley defined … Continue reading

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Domestication of Water in Fountains

I briefly wanted to share some photos of fountains found all over the world, as suggested by chapter seven’s reading guide questions. The geographically diverse locations of fountains underscore the universal domestication of the element water, proving that all cultures … Continue reading

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The Domestication of the Elements

Since modern times we have struggled to master nature around us.  We pull strings.  Occasionally nature reminds us that our hold on her is tenuous at best: Superstorm Sandy on the East Coast of the United States and perhaps the … Continue reading

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