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  5. Dip the paintbrush in colors that match the mood of your soul and paint me a picture of your life
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  6. fohk:

Chloe Aftel, 1980, USA, studied Cinema and received an MFA at the University of Southern California, but got into the photography business. She is an editorial and portrait photographer with a keen sense for style and fashion. She also shoots a lot of her photography on polaroid. Her poetic, lifestyle minded and narrative images are full of life and have a sense of freedom.

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    Chloe Aftel, 1980, USA, studied Cinema and received an MFA at the University of Southern California, but got into the photography business. She is an editorial and portrait photographer with a keen sense for style and fashion. She also shoots a lot of her photography on polaroid. Her poetic, lifestyle minded and narrative images are full of life and have a sense of freedom.

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  7. A person who has not been completely alienated, who has remained sensitive and able to feel, who has not lost the sense of dignity, who is not yet ‘for sale,’ who can still suffer over the suffering of others, who has not acquired fully the having mode of existence - briefly, a person who has remained a person and not become a thing - cannot help feeling lonely, powerless, isolated in present-day society. He cannot help doubting himself and his own convictions, if not his sanity. He cannot help suffering, even though he can experience moments of joy and clarity that are absent in the life of his “normal” contemporaries. Not rarely will he suffer from neurosis that results from the situation of a sane man living in an insane society, rather than that of the more conventional neurosis of a sick man trying to adapt himself to a sick society. In the process of going further in his analysis, i.e. of growing to greater independence and productivity,his neurotic symptoms will cure themselves.
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