Uma Thurman and Quentin Tarantino By Denis Rouvre
1962 … early Lunar lander design! (by x-ray delta one)
I saw a finished version at the science museum in London two weeks ago. I love science.
(Source: anotherdavidrichardson, via ebonyone)
Future of Creative Industries, a set on Flickr.
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As Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, Pope Francis showed compassion for the victims of HIV-AIDS and in 2001, visited a hospice to kiss and wash the feet of 12 AIDS patients as seen in the picture below.
In 2008, he washed the feet of 12 recovering drug addicts at a rehabilitation center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he is from.
Lord, may we all practice humility as seen in Pope Francis.
The recent emergence of Francis I as Pope and Bishop of Rome has been attended by feverish anticipation and celebration. His ascension to the seat of Saint Peter has many favourable aspects to it. The world’s 1.2 billion Catholics already appear revitalized by such a charismatic and personable figure as the new Pope. Many aspects of his life, such as his humility, are going to be instrumental in realigning the corporate identity and the corporate brand of the Catholic Church in light of its recent scandals. Not since John Paul II has an individual frenzied up St. Peter’s basilica and billions of television, computer and mobile device screens in just the same way as Pope Francis has. In a follow up to this post we’ll have a look at a few of the reasons why he is the ideal corporate brand manager of the Catholic Church.
--=JOE CATHOLIC=--: Words of Card. Bergoglio (Pope Francis) In a pastoral letter for Holy... -
Words of Card. Bergoglio (Pope Francis) In a pastoral letter for Holy Week of this year, for his diocese, from February 25th 2013 - just 3 days before Benedict resigned and 2 weeks before he himself became Pope.
“Just as in 2000 I wish to tell you: these times are urgent. We don’t have a right to…
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“Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society.” -Mark Twain