Tag Archives: Jean-Paul Marat

Guillotined Styles

Charlotte Corday was just beginning to blossom as a woman when the French Revolution broke out.  She saw nothing liberating about the aftermath of the Revolution and its atrocities.  Believing Jean-Paul Marat to be a blood thirsty monster who sent … Continue reading

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Paris as a Cabinet of Curiosities

Paris Day 2 Mindfulness is important if you want to have a photogenic lifestyle because it means being present in the here and now.  Once we eliminate our dependence on cognitive clichés, the world around us pulsates with vigor and … Continue reading

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