Archives for the month of: July, 2011

It’s very rare for me to use a topic suggestion for the post a day challenge but sometimes i gotta do it for the sake af writing about demands and other people’s topics. Also this is an interesting question that can define a person’s beliefs so it probably have many answers. For me evil is one of the many faces of our coins. Our human minds imagine reality and the universe and understand it using opposites.  It’s everywhere. Day and night. Young and old. Male and female. Good and evil. Right and wrong. We can not understand one without the other. So evil is the opposite of good. How can one understand good without the existence of evil? How can one value their arms and legs without knowing someone that has no arms or legs? How can one know the value of health without knowing sickness? How can one search for freedom without knowing what it means to be a prisoner ? I believe it’s all part of the same thing. God. That’s what god is for me. It’s everything and everywhere. So as we are all the world are part of god and god is in all of us also evil is part of god. The devil for those who believe’s in it is also part of god. So that’s what i think about evil. It’s the “heads” in one of our many coins where “tails” will be in the other side. I believe in one thing and i believed in it all my life: the most similar thing to any other thing in this universe is it’s own opposite.

To finish this week’s challenge i’ll post this shot i took in Berlin. I like the germans. The are really good in putting walls down. This one in particular was blocking my sight of the art on these buildings walls. Thanks gods someone broke it.


Ok. A new shot for this week’s challenge. And it’s not just about the building but also about this culture of breaking what is older to build something new on the same spot. I love what they do in Europe where everything is reused and old buildings give the cities a charm of it’s own. Cities with only new buildings have no identity. I shot this in Miami 4 or 5 years ago.