Kazimir Malevich, Musical instrument, 1913
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Ascending Conditions | pastel on paper | 36 x 20” | 2013 | website #art #abstract
Change is not something that we should fear. Rather, it is something that we should welcome. For without change, nothing in this world would ever grow or blossom, and no one in this world would ever move forward to become the person they’re meant to be — B.K.S. Iyengar (via ozdecolakoglu)
(via B.K.S. Iyengar, Who Helped Bring Yoga to West, Dies at 95 - NYTimes.com)
By ELLEN BARRY AUG. 20, 2014
NEW DELHI — B.K.S. Iyengar, who helped introduce the practice of yoga to a Western world awakening to the notion of an inner life, died on Wednesday in the southern Indian city of Pune. He was 95.
The cause was heart failure, said Abhijata Sridhar-Iyengar, his granddaughter.
After surviving tuberculosis, typhoid and malaria as a child, Mr. Iyengar credited yoga with saving his life.
In a 2005 book, “Light on Life,” Mr. Iyengar mused about the vast changes he had seen.
“I set off in yoga 70 years ago when ridicule, rejection and outright condemnation were the lot of a seeker through yoga even in its native land of India,” he wrote. “Indeed, if I had become a sadhu, a mendicant holy man, wandering the great trunk roads of British India, begging bowl in hand, I would have met with less derision and won more respect.”
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Katharine Hepburn on the set of Sylvia Scarlett (1935, dir. George Cukor) (via)
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