Drinking coffee has become such a daily task at this point, that we don't even pay attention to it anymore. Nothing beats the first coffee of the day, whether you take it hot or cold, early in the morning. But it's important to know what caffeine is, and what it does to your health.
It's no longer a matter of debate that tobacco smoking is a huge health hazard to the smoker, the society at large, and the environment, on top of which it's tremendously condemned by the society. Yet it's still a widely practiced habit all over the world.
A couple of days ago I was having a heartfelt conversation with a friend over coffee. We were talking about how we've grown as women, and how we're proud of what we've become. We've both been through similar unfortunate experiences in life, such as abusive relationships, fake friends, betrayal, and more. So we were simply … Continue reading Finding Your Spirit Animal via Meditation
Who doesn't know about Kurt Cobain? But just to be safe, I'll give you a quick summary. Kurt Donald Cobain was an American singer, songwriter, and musician. Originally from Aberdeen, Washington he formed the band Nirvana with Krist Novoselic and Aaron Burckhard in 1987 and established a new music scene now known as grunge. His … Continue reading Nirvana – Kurt Cobain’s Journals
Andy Warhol, fka Andrew Warhola, was an American artist in the 60's. He was the best known for his flamboyant character and was considered to be a leading figure for the visual art movement known as pop art. His works explored the relationship between artistic expression, celebrity culture, and advertising, but he was also involved … Continue reading Silkscreen Tutorial and Andy Warhol’s Parody Painting by Elene Beridze
On May 17, 1990 a decision was made to remove homosexuality from the International Classification of Disease of the World Health Organization. The founders of the International Day Against Homophobia established the IDAHO Committee to coordinate international events that raise awareness of LGBT rights violations and stimulate interest in LGBT rights works worldwide. The main … Continue reading May 17, The International Day Against Homophobia vs. The Georgian Church
I was sitting in the middle of the church garden. The sky was pitch black. All I could head was people cursing and screaming at each other, fighting their way through the police. The church was surrounded. I was sitting in between two protests, one filled with the youth fighting for human rights, the other … Continue reading May 15, Purgatory (Lost at the Protest) – Short Story by Elene Beridze
My rule is to post every other day, but with the current political events happening in this country I'm breaking the rule. The Dance for Our Freedom youth protest continued today on the Freedom Square in front of the Parliament building, click here for yesterday's report. Even though we kept it very peaceful, we still … Continue reading May 14, Homophobic and Hateful Crowd Opposing the “Dance for Our Freedom” Youth Protest
On Friday night, May 11th, the Georgian government sent in a fully armed SWAT team into the most popular night clubs in the Capital. They called it a "drug raid" which occurred due several young adults passing away from drugs over the last couple of weeks. These raids happened in Bassiani, the second most popular … Continue reading May 13, Bassiani Nightclub Raid in Tbilisi and the Youth Protest “Dance for Our Freedom”
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was a German writer and states-man in the early 19th century. One of this most popular works, which was deemed as the greatest work of German literature is Faust. A tragedy written in two parts about a scholar, Faust, who sells his soul to the devil.I unfortunately do not speak German, … Continue reading Goethe’s Faust & Christianity
Ludwig J.J. Wittgenstein was an Austrian philosopher. His interests revolved around logic, philosophy of mathematics, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of language. His magnum opus Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus, (TLP) i.e. Logisch-Philosophische Abhandlung attempts to unite the four disciplines, while also touching upon questions of ethics, the existence of God and the human soul. TLP reveals the idealizing element within … Continue reading “Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus” – Ludwig JJ Wittgenstein
What do you dream about? Do your dreams mean anything? I always wondered, so I decided to dive into some research. Different sources provide unique perspectives, and upon further investigation I discovered that the authors were quite unalike. So I decided to explore each perspective further. Hence here's my findings on dreams from five vastly … Continue reading Theories on Dreams