What if we are truly pathetic, clinging things that hold on to imaginary hope? Or so what if we're just smaller stars that can't even be seen in a universe so complex? What if we're just here for the ride? Or we're just riding, afraid to ask it to stop? Maybe we just got lost in our words. In what we meant to say or didn't. How we've held ourselves accountable for a deadly silence. Where it strickens our hearts with grief to even think about it or to make our eyes water w
Thought-Provokingly Surreal Depictions of Self-Discovery
A Beautiful Mind. John Nash, a matematician suffering delusions, believes he is deciphering for the Pentagon an intercepted, encoded transmission to the Soviets during the Cold War; however, he is lost in a pathological (schizophrenic) fantasy. The movie's beautiful musical score is by James Horner.
"Evolving picture" - Optical Illusion Oil Painting by Oleg Shuplyak (Ukraine, b.1967) On The Origin Of Species author Charles Darwin is formed using a brick archway, a country scene, a lady reading and a mysterious cloaked figure Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2088703/Oleg-Shuplyak-More-intricate-oil-paintings-hide-meets-eye.html#ixzz2pWZR3PjW