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May 16

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Mar 28

LUMIA (by 13bit)

THOMAS WILFRED

Inventor, mystic, artist, Thomas Wilfred is the godfather of multimedia. Lumia is the story of Wilfred and other eccentric inventors obsessed with electricity, mysticism, and light.

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Sing baby sing!!!
This is your life!
What are you waiting for!
Be inspired!
Do your inspiration!!!
Feb 5

Sing baby sing!!!

This is your life!

What are you waiting for!

Be inspired!

Do your inspiration!!!

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"The passage into mystery always refreshes. If, when we work, we can look once a day upon the face of mystery, then our labor satisfies. We are lightened when our gifts rise from pools we cannot fathom…Anything contained within a boundary must contain as well its own exhaustion. Lewis Hyde, The Gift (1979) Be inspired! Do your inspiration!!!"

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Feb 3
SAY YES TO LIFE!
IMPROV!!!
SAY YES TO HAPPY ACCIDENTS ALONG THE WAY!
CONTRIBUTE TO THE SOLUTION!


DO SOMETHING!
AND BE EXCELLENT AT IT!!!

BE INSPIRED!
DO YOUR INSPIRATION!!!


 The first rule of improvisation is AGREE. Always agree and SAY YES. When you’re improvising, this means you are required to agree with whatever your partner has created. So if we’re improvising and I say, “Freeze, I have a gun,” and you say, “That’s not a gun. It’s your finger. You’re pointing your finger at me,” our improvised scene has ground to a halt. But if I say, “Freeze, I have a gun!” and you say, “The gun I gave you for Christmas! You bastard!” then we have started a scene because we have AGREED that my finger is in fact a Christmas gun.
Now, obviously in real life you’re not always going to agree with everything everyone says. But the Rule of Agreement reminds you to “respect what your partner has created” and to at least start from an open-minded place. Start with a YES and see where that takes you.
As an improviser, I always find it jarring when I meet someone in real life whose first answer is no. “No, we can’t do that.” “No, that’s not in the budget.” “No, I will not hold your hand for a dollar.” What kind of way is that to live?
The second rule of improvisation is not only to say yes, but YES, AND. You are supposed to agree and then add something of your own. If I start a scene with “I can’t believe it’s so hot in here,” and you just say, “Yeah…” we’re kind of at a standstill. But if I say, “I can’t believe it’s so hot in here,” and you say, “What did you expect? We’re in hell.” Or if I say, “I can’t believe it’s so hot in here,” and you say, “Yes, this can’t be good for the wax figures.” Or if I say, “I can’t believe it’s so hot in here,” and you say, “I told you we shouldn’t have crawled into this dog’s mouth,” now we’re getting somewhere.
To me YES, AND means don’t be afraid to contribute. It’s your responsibility to contribute. Always make sure you’re adding something to the discussion. Your initiations are worthwhile.
The next rule is MAKE STATEMENTS. This is a positive way of saying “Don’t ask questions all the time.” If we’re in a scene and I say, “Who are you? Where are we? What are we doing here? What’s in that box?” I’m putting pressure on you to come up with all the answers.
In other words: Whatever the problem, be part of the solution. Don’t just sit around raising questions and pointing out obstacles. We’ve all worked with that person. That person is a drag. It’s usually the same person around the office who says things like “There’s no calories in it if you eat it standing up!” and “I felt menaced when Terry raised her voice.”
MAKE STATEMENTS also applies to us women: Speak in statements instead of apologetic questions. No one wants to go to a doctor who says, “I’m going to be your surgeon? I’m here to talk to you about your procedure? I was first in my class at Johns Hopkins, so?” Make statements, with your actions and your voice.
Instead of saying “Where are we?” make a statement like “Here we are in Spain, Dracula.” Okay, “Here we are in Spain, Dracula” may seem like a terrible start to a scene, but this leads us to the best rule:
THERE ARE NO MISTAKES, only opportunities. If I start a scene as what I think is very clearly a cop riding a bicycle, but you think I am a hamster in a hamster wheel, guess what? Now I’m a hamster in a hamster wheel. I’m not going to stop everything to explain that it was really supposed to be a bike. Who knows? Maybe I’ll end up being a police hamster who’s been put on “hamster wheel” duty because I’m “too much of a loose cannon” in the field. In improv there are no mistakes, only beautiful happy accidents. And many of the world’s greatest discoveries have been by accident. I mean, look at the Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, or Botox.
*Improv will not reduce belly fat
-From Bossypants
Feb 2

SAY YES TO LIFE!

IMPROV!!!

SAY YES TO HAPPY ACCIDENTS ALONG THE WAY!

CONTRIBUTE TO THE SOLUTION!

DO SOMETHING!

AND BE EXCELLENT AT IT!!!

BE INSPIRED!

DO YOUR INSPIRATION!!!

 The first rule of improvisation is AGREE. Always agree and SAY YES. When you’re improvising, this means you are required to agree with whatever your partner has created. So if we’re improvising and I say, “Freeze, I have a gun,” and you say, “That’s not a gun. It’s your finger. You’re pointing your finger at me,” our improvised scene has ground to a halt. But if I say, “Freeze, I have a gun!” and you say, “The gun I gave you for Christmas! You bastard!” then we have started a scene because we have AGREED that my finger is in fact a Christmas gun.

Now, obviously in real life you’re not always going to agree with everything everyone says. But the Rule of Agreement reminds you to “respect what your partner has created” and to at least start from an open-minded place. Start with a YES and see where that takes you.

As an improviser, I always find it jarring when I meet someone in real life whose first answer is no. “No, we can’t do that.” “No, that’s not in the budget.” “No, I will not hold your hand for a dollar.” What kind of way is that to live?

The second rule of improvisation is not only to say yes, but YES, AND. You are supposed to agree and then add something of your own. If I start a scene with “I can’t believe it’s so hot in here,” and you just say, “Yeah…” we’re kind of at a standstill. But if I say, “I can’t believe it’s so hot in here,” and you say, “What did you expect? We’re in hell.” Or if I say, “I can’t believe it’s so hot in here,” and you say, “Yes, this can’t be good for the wax figures.” Or if I say, “I can’t believe it’s so hot in here,” and you say, “I told you we shouldn’t have crawled into this dog’s mouth,” now we’re getting somewhere.

To me YES, AND means don’t be afraid to contribute. It’s your responsibility to contribute. Always make sure you’re adding something to the discussion. Your initiations are worthwhile.

The next rule is MAKE STATEMENTS. This is a positive way of saying “Don’t ask questions all the time.” If we’re in a scene and I say, “Who are you? Where are we? What are we doing here? What’s in that box?” I’m putting pressure on you to come up with all the answers.

In other words: Whatever the problem, be part of the solution. Don’t just sit around raising questions and pointing out obstacles. We’ve all worked with that person. That person is a drag. It’s usually the same person around the office who says things like “There’s no calories in it if you eat it standing up!” and “I felt menaced when Terry raised her voice.”

MAKE STATEMENTS also applies to us women: Speak in statements instead of apologetic questions. No one wants to go to a doctor who says, “I’m going to be your surgeon? I’m here to talk to you about your procedure? I was first in my class at Johns Hopkins, so?” Make statements, with your actions and your voice.

Instead of saying “Where are we?” make a statement like “Here we are in Spain, Dracula.” Okay, “Here we are in Spain, Dracula” may seem like a terrible start to a scene, but this leads us to the best rule:

THERE ARE NO MISTAKES, only opportunities. If I start a scene as what I think is very clearly a cop riding a bicycle, but you think I am a hamster in a hamster wheel, guess what? Now I’m a hamster in a hamster wheel. I’m not going to stop everything to explain that it was really supposed to be a bike. Who knows? Maybe I’ll end up being a police hamster who’s been put on “hamster wheel” duty because I’m “too much of a loose cannon” in the field. In improv there are no mistakes, only beautiful happy accidents. And many of the world’s greatest discoveries have been by accident. I mean, look at the Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, or Botox.

*Improv will not reduce belly fat

-From Bossypants

The only courage you ever need is 
the courage to fulfill the dream of your own life,
if you don’t have a dream, start dreaming,
start believing that having a dream, will lead to fulfillment of your dream, 
if you willing to let every step you take move you to that direction, it doesn’t have to formal,
write it down,
articulate it in yourself.
this the truth:
you deserve the best that life has to offer you.
you deserve the best version of yourself.
why because you’re here.
because you were borned.
you deserve the best life possible!
Do something!
Be excellent at it!!!
Be inspired!
Do your inspiration!!!
Feb 2

The only courage you ever need is 

the courage to fulfill the dream of your own life,

if you don’t have a dream, start dreaming,

start believing that having a dream, will lead to fulfillment of your dream, 

if you willing to let every step you take move you to that direction, it doesn’t have to formal,

write it down,

articulate it in yourself.

this the truth:

you deserve the best that life has to offer you.

you deserve the best version of yourself.

why because you’re here.

because you were borned.

you deserve the best life possible!

Do something!

Be excellent at it!!!

Be inspired!

Do your inspiration!!!

Feb 2

So don’t you worry your pretty little mind

People throw rocks at things that shine

And life makes love look hard

The stakes are high, the water’s rough, but this love is ours
 

Do something!

Be excellent at it!!!

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Always be yourself.
Do yourself!
Be inspired!
Do your inspiration!!!
No matter who you are
do something!
Be excellent at it!!!
Feb 2

Always be yourself.

Do yourself!

Be inspired!

Do your inspiration!!!

No matter who you are

do something!

Be excellent at it!!!

Dance like a Shen Yun dancer!
Be inspired!
Do your inspiration!!!
Feb 1

Dance like a Shen Yun dancer!

Be inspired!

Do your inspiration!!!

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Feb 1

Clean Bandit! 

Beautiful, clearing + on pointe!

Write your song!!

Be inspired!

Do your inspiration!!!