Author Archives: sadwokefemale

Human Hands

4 million years ago, an ape reached to grab a succulent low-hanging banana from the only banana tree for miles in a sea of golden grassed savannah. The beauty it saw as its eyes breached the surface of the tall … Continue reading

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How a Plumbus is Made, and Why You Should Care.

Ever wonder where the Plumbus in your home came from? Who made it? What materials did it take to make it that we wouldn’t know about just by looking at it? First, they smooth out the dinglebop with a healthy … Continue reading

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Change The World

I can’t believe Wicked Problems is already over. I must admit that before entering this class I was very skeptical. Why do I need to take a class over sustainable thinking? Why should it be my job to worry about … Continue reading

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The Journey Proceeds

This week in class we spoke of sustainability in fashion, poverty and its effect on the environment, and the meditative qualities of Labyrinths. The excerpt about sustainability in fashion was an interesting read simply because it gave me a broader … Continue reading

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Paradigms, Paradigms…

Breathe in, breathe out. Observing myself becoming more and more mindful through meditation is a fascinating experience. I had already read the book given to DHM freshmen, The Practicing Mind, so I’ve been implementing mindfulness practice into my every day life for weeks … Continue reading

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Lots of Food For Thought

 Before I walked into Human Sciences 215 on Tuesday, life was much more simple. Never in my life have I felt more informed about the current state of the world or more depressed and hopeless. This world is being ruined … Continue reading

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