recent twitter feed
@emswam: Sept 14 is #Humboldtday. The Smithsonian @americanart in collaboration with @metmuseum has crafted a stunning sweep- scan of Frederic Church’s ‘Heart of the Andes’ that was inspired by Humboldt. Do comb the painting for his signature (it is a real treat!)
@DiEM_25: "First they came for Julian. Next they'll come for our friends, our neighbours. They will go after anyone who dares challenge the right of power of the oligarchy without frontiers to commit crimes against humanity in our name without our knowledge" @yanisvaroufakis
@SangyopLee: This is the social network of the known participants in Buddhist translation workshops in late fourth-century China, where an edge between two persons represents their collaboration in the translation of the same text, weighted by how many times such collaboration happened. https://t.co/tDAQkWoyKI
@emswam: The grand poetess of Kerala and India - Padma Bhushan Nalappat Balamani Amma. This picture graces a slim volume of her poetry titled ‘Thirty poems’. It was published in India in 1970. She translated the poems in this collection from the original Malayalam into English. #poetry https://t.co/rGY177Tp2W
@KhenpoRinpoche: Sambhogakaya buddhas reside in the pure land of Akanishtha, which is not a location, but the domain of the all-pervasive true nature. ... Akanishtha is no further away from us than the instant we completely wake up to our own #wisdom awareness"