I have always enjoyed aesthetic, but found there are far too many photographers permeating the industry who assume that females are to be shot in a sexual fashion.
She can operate on her own, as she has proven time and again, and she does not need our approval or our proverbial pats on the back.
Living a life of consideration and good intention is something just that: intentional. We are not good by accident; we are good on purpose. If we do not make the effort, despite our ignorance, and despite our missteps, we are neither considerate, nor well-intended individuals.
Any last words? Why do they ask us this? Is this a legal requirement? Why do I need to tell you my last words? Do I get a last meal?
This lesson in human behavior is crucial in understanding how to properly operate in society: those who scarcely allow opinions beyond the inceptive to proverbially “sink in” often neglect many other opportunities for scrutiny, and so one can easily navigate around them.
The New York Times report discovered through interviews with over 150 nail salon workers and owners over a thirteen month period that a tremendous number of these people are paid below minimum wage, or not paid at all.
We are taught to focus on ourselves and spend time only with those who matter because life is short and abrupt and can end at any time. Yet, this advice discounts all of the interesting, bizarre, and wonderful encounters we will have with others and through the stories of those we do not yet know.
I often wonder if ‘life’ is a concept developed by humans.
Why do these book readers feel the insufferable need to spoil the coming events for viewers of the show?
Part of equality is behaving as equals, and if we continually place all blame on the patriarchy for our problems, we will do ourselves no service, as well as cease in any sort of advancement. Half of this is our battle as individuals — as humans.