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Do you or does someone you love have depression?

A great set of things to do that can help right away
 
A thing you may find quite useful if you struggle with depression and are trying to get through your day. h/t +Sarah Perry-Shipp.

http://ideatrash.net/2015/06/everything-is-awful-and-im-not-okay-in.html
As someone who has talked about their own suicidal thoughts in the past (whether about how hard it can be to talk about suicidal thoughts, or how people reacted in the military, or some of the things I do to help myself cope ...
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As told by dad +michael m, Atlanta lawyer and dad blogger at http://dadcation.com/
Our end goal was my sister-in-law’s wedding near Boston, but I wanted the trip to be something to look forward to, and it’s hard to look forward to an in-law’s wedding where the only people you know will be the ones with wedding obligations.  So, I cashed in a couple hundred thousand Delta miles and bought 5 plane tickets to New York City, landing at 11am on June 17th.  That way, the children could meet one of my friends since the 3rd grade and g...
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I'll have to share with you when I'm on my laptop the story of my parents taking us to NYC. 😳 ...Loved this!
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St. Canice's Cathedral
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"The Arcades"

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
Abu Dhabi, Dubai
by photographer +Beno Saradzic 
 
'The Arcades'

Few architectural structures on this planet merit the aesthetic admiration as much as the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi. 
The symmetry, reflections, intricate details and almost infinite number perspectives are overwhelming and apparent from every vantage point. They command the observer's undivided attention. All of the above, combined with relaxed photography policies set by its management are one of many reasons why Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque continues to attract such unusual number of visitors and photographers alike. 
Photographed with a 50 Megapixel Canon 5Ds and Canon CN-E 14mm Cinema lens which is an incredibly sharp prime. The amount of detail, even in the far distance, is staggering.
This image was initially imported as a raw file to Lightroom CC 2015, then exported as a 16-bit TIFF file to Photoshop CC 2015 where I did the rest of the re-touching and secondary colour grading. I used NIK Software and Topaz ReStyle.
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Staircase designed by Filippo Juvarra (1678 - 1736)
Royal Palace of Turin, Italy
Includes the chapel where the Shroud of Turin is kept
Image by Italian photographer +Elio De Nardi 
 
Madama Palace , Turin  , stair of Filippo Juvarra  .
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"Good Sunday Morning!"

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Another surprising location of confederate flags installed as a part of that hard lobbying in the 1950s by the United Daughters of the Confederacy:

Head of DC's National Cathedral wants confederate-flag stained glass windows removed that memorialize Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee
The Very Rev. Gary Hall says glass windows in honor of Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee need to go. "We couldn't with credibility address the race agenda" with the windows in place, he tells NPR.
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➤ "Tranquility"

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"quadrangles - stretched"

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Floor tile work in Christchurch Cathedral
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The natural thing to do when visiting a cathedral is to look up. They are designed in such a way that your eye is inexorably drawn upwards to the sweeping majesty of their sculptures, the bright stained glass windows and even up again to the beautifully crafted roof.

However this time when I visited Christchurch Cathedral in Dublin I tried to focus my gaze lower, and for the first time in many visits I really noticed the wonderful floor tiles of the cathedral. I must have looked a bit odd to the other visitors, shuffling around taking lots of pics of my feet but I was totally captivated by the colourful and often charming depictions, showing intricate geometric designs, strange beasts, heraldic symbols and of course the famous Foxy Friars – anthropomorphised foxes wearing the garb of a medieval pilgrim and carrying a pilgrim's staff.

Though there are a number of original tiles dating back to the medieval period, others are later reproductions of the originals, laid down during the large-scale renovations of Christchurch in the late 19th century.

The tiles are beautifully artfully designed, and each tells it's own story. They add stunning bursts of colour to the cathedral, and help to create a real sense of grandeur.
So the next time you visit Christchurch Cathedral, be sure to look down! :-)

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The Wizard (1896/1898)

by British Pre-Raphaelite Romantic painter Edward Burne-Jones
Alt view/different color tones: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Edward_Burne-Jones_-_The_Wizard_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg

See his awesome hipster beard: http://www.wikiart.org/en/edward-burne-jones
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The Pre-Raphaelites!  For me a long time guilty pleasure.
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Attorney, writer, mother of 3, in Portland, Oregon

Talk of New Orleans, maritime history, music, Portugal, Canada, new tech, wx and Georgetown University is lagniappe.

Happy to talk about literary arts, business, economics and psychology, including posting about current legal news, SCOTUS, international business, law and science, 1st Amendment law, family law, and the maritime industry. For fun, I post about fine and literary arts and re-share the best of the photographers and artists on G+.

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And men go abroad to admire the heights of mountains, the mighty waves of the sea, the broad tides of rivers, the compass of the ocean, and the circuits of the stars, yet pass over the mystery of themselves without a thought.
~ Petrarch, quoting Augustine, Confessions

If I thought my answer were given
to anyone who would ever return to the world,
this flame would stand still without moving any further.
But since never from this abyss
has anyone ever returned alive, if what I hear is true,
without fear of infamy I answer you.
~ Dante's Inferno / epigraph to T.S. Eliot's Prufrock

The world's thy ship and not thy home.
~ St. Thérèse de Lisieux

We live with the conviction that acts of goodness reflect the hidden light of His Holiness. His light is above our minds but not beyond our will. It is within our power to mirror His unending love in deeds of kindness, like brooks that hold the sky.
~ Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel, in I Asked for Wonder

Earth's crammed with heaven,
And every common bush afire with God,
But only he who sees, takes off his shoes
~ Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Aurora Leigh

Le seul véritable voyage, le seul bain de Jouvence, ce ne serait pas d'aller vers de nouveaux paysages, mais d'avoir d'autres yeux, de voir l'univers avec les yeux d'un autre, de cent autres, de voir les cent univers que chacun d'eux voit, que chacun d'eux est.
~ Marcel Proust, À la recherche du temps perdu, Vol. V: La Prisonnière (1923)
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I have seen dolphins riding my bow wake. I have held my tiller and sheet and sailed into the wind.
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  • Lewis & Clark Law School
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