I’ve bought this tank top in honour of the dozens of hours that I spend converting RAW audio files into JPEG images (and viceversa). And it’s electric blue, my favourite colour.
Poison (1991), Todd Haynes.
I think that Poison was the first film I watched by Todd Haynes, many years ago. I’ve seen all his films and I like all of them, but Poison and Velvet Goldmine hold a special place in my heart (Velvet Goldmine is probably on my top 10 favourite films of all times).
Definition of hearinghearing
: the activity of listening to places of interest in a particular location
Simple Definition of ear–opener
: something that shows or teaches you something in a loud way
Full Definition of ear–opener
: a sound intended to wake one up
: something ear-aching, ear-piercing, or ear-splitting (her noise is a real ear–opener)
«Los ingleses tienen la expresión: “Un vientre hambriento no tiene oído”. Quiere decir que, cuando el estómago está vacío, uno no tiene oído para escuchar la voz de lo razonable».
Karada: El cuerpo en la cultura japonesa, Michataro Tada.
“Yuan (simplified Chinese: 缘; traditional Chinese: 緣) or Yuanfen (simplified Chinese: 缘分; traditional Chinese: 緣分; pinyin: yuánfèn; Vietnamese: duyên phận), ‘fateful coincidence,’ is a concept in the Chinese folk religion describing good and bad chances and potential relationships. It can also be translated as ‘destiny, luck as conditioned by one’s past,’ or ‘natural affinity among friends.’ It is comparable to the concept of karma in Buddhism, but yuanfen is interactive rather than individual.
“Yuan (缘) or Yuanfen (缘份) is a Buddhist-related Chinese concept that means the predetermined principle that dictates a person’s relationships and encounters, usually positive, such as the affinity among friends or lovers. In common usage the term can be defined as the ‘binding force’ that links two persons together in any relationship. The concept of synchronicity from the Swiss psychologist Carl Jung can be seen as similar to yuanfen, which Chinese people also believe to be a universal force governing the happening of things to some people at some places. Yuanfen belongs to the family of concepts known in theology as determinism.”