I just lost a reader and I don't recieve any comments here. I'm not looking for popularity but I want to share my thoughts, what I like, etc. and getting no response at all is not that motivating as you probably can imagine. I'm thinking of giving this thing a rest because I don't want do produce another irrelevant blog on the Internet.



These 'works', if you can call it that, were created last month when I was playing with my new photo manipulation programme "Live Quartz" which I downloaded from the Internet before. It was free which means that it isn't the best one by far, but nevertheless, it's fun, simple, and sometimes all you need to waste your time when you should be learning or buying presents or something trivial like that.
Enjoy, or don't, and leave your thoughts!

Note: the pictures I used do not belong to me.
Picture 1:
via Magazine: Dazed and Confused, June 2009; Editorial: Chic Surrealism Takes Dolce & Gabbana Into The New Season & The Awesome Abbey Lee, Face Of Gucci, Models The Autumn / Winter Collection; Photographer: Karim Sadli; Model: Abbey Lee Kershaw and via http://hubblesite.org/gallery/album/
Picture 2 and picture 3:
Sorry, I just can't say, if you are/ can ID the owner/ photographer of these photos, please contact me (see below) and I will credit you/ him/ her or remove the photos.
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It took me a while to produce this. I've been thinking about how to put this thought into words.

This is about God. I keep thinking about this human phenomen. I am an atheist. I can't say there is no God for sure because I can't prove that. But you can't prove the opposite either. So I say, I believe, I assume, I decide for myself that there is no God. No supernatural power, that created humanity, the plants and animals, and the world we all live in. I'm convinced, that all there is the nothing but the roaring, hustling, whistling sound of the silent universe. Nietsche called atheism nihilism. But to me, that's not right. Life may be a hopeless chaos, a coincidence, just a weird result of the endless evolution. People, societies, emotions, burdens, relations, beginnings, and endings, It is terrible, it is hard, for some all the time, for others now and then.
It is a well-known fact that the amount of religious people in developing countries is generally higher than in industrial nations. Life is hard there, in the developing countries, I heard. The hardes, probably. Having a hard life, people ask themselves "Why?". And to this question, only God is the answer. You couldn't list all the things that lead to the circumstances a person finds him/herself in that very moment he/ she wonders about life, but it would be the correct thing to do.
God describes every human's flaw. It is giving a reason to all this chaos, a destination, and taking fear, having company in the loneliest moments, and holding out hope for everyone, justifiying, and encouraging,
God is also accepting that there are no answers to everything, especially to the question about God. What/who is God? It is not a common question in that sense. People tend to accept that God is simply something beyond their perceiption. And they don't go further. This is what keeps God alive.
But being reasonable, and accepting the evolution theory although we can't explain eeverything here, is what Nietzsche calls the hardest thought. It means realising that humans are nothing but a coincidence, a sudden occurance on the surface of the earth, a triviality. We are not intended, planned, created, destined. We are here. And I assume that almost every religious person would find him/herself lonely, confused, lost, broken, empty, guideless and worthless.
But I say: this is nothing to worry about! For me, it is OK to be worthless, to be a meaningless being on earth's surface. I don't mind being an invisible spot in the big picture of time and space, because to a few wonderful people I am a valuable person and to some people I am the whole picture. And this is why I don't need a God.
The idea of God has shown to be unneceessary. We need to be honest with ourselves and to others and we need to admit that we are afraid. We need accept and we need to give help. And we need to remember that there are others around us who share the same miserable lonelyness and desperation, that they are asking the same question. We need give shelter and hope to others, we need to eat and make love. This is all we can do. We need to give up God.

When I see the sea, the sun, a beautiful river or a beautiful person, when I experience love or luck, I do not think of God. I think: What a beautiful coincidence!

picture via http://myminddroppings.wordpress.com/2009/10/09/almost-nobody-truly-believes-in-god/ (seems to be an interesting article btw, although I haven't read it fully yet)



Mini for many SS10
(No, this is not the official minimarket blog, haha. I'm just a huuuge fan (obviously) and I am longing for such and springy atmosphere like on all these beautiful photos, So well. That's about it. Next time, I'll post something less materialistic, I promise!)

all photos via http://www.minimarket.se/index.php?/miniformany/ss10-lookbook/
photography by Marcus Palmqvist/ adamsky


Minimarket SS10 possy

photography by liselott rydberg sörensen


Minimarket SS10 runway


Minimarket accessories SS10

photography by Emil Larsson/ adamsky


Minimarket lookbook SS10, dress and blouse kimono, jacket shells and shirt algue, dress marble, dress goldie (from left to right)
photography by Peter Gehrke/ adamsky


Minimarket SS10 campaign

photography by Peter Gehrke/ adamsky


Acne- gorgeous as usual.
Sale, btw, but still far out of budget. I usually refuse to pay for a brand an not for the clothes themselves and hopefully fair production, but when it comes to Acne, I would spend the money, if I had it.