I currently have little time to devote for my new site design thanks to school, but check out the pages that are here. The content of this page (below) will change. The original site (linked at top-right) is really just a collection of ideas and not constructed correctly though it works and looks okay. That was before school.
I started with the Spring semester of 2014. Now there are only a few classes left. Here are a few things I made for classes along the way.
CIS-110 - Participating in Activism
Presentation: Bipolar Disorder
PSY-150 - The Psychopath Project
Samples from a Photoshop Class
PSY-118 - Paper - Addiction: The Rehab Experience
Research Paper - "Is Addiction a Brain Disease?" Sources Page
12/08/2014: I think I’ll be a web Developer
The Ideal Employer - May, 2015
PSY-118 - Paper - Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) - Explained
PSY-118 - Paper - Death and Dying: an Exploration in Fear
Freedom from the Known
This book is freely available on the internet. Krishnamurti will take away any illusions you may have from authorities that would think for you and set you on your own path to truth. Freedom from the Known is one of Krishnamurti’s most accessible works. Here, he reveals how we can free ourselves radically and immediately from the tyranny of the expected. By changing ourselves, we can alter the structure of society and our relationships. The vital need for change and the recognition of its very possibility form an essential part of this important book’s message.
Born in poverty in India, Jiddu Krishnamurti (1895-1986) became a leading spiritual and philosophical thinker whose ideas continue to influence us today. George Bernard Shaw declared that he was the most beautiful human being he had ever seen and Aldous Huxley was one of his close friends. Whether debating politics with Nehru, discussing theories with Rupert Sheldrake and Iris Murdoch, or challenging his students not to take his words at face value, Krishnamurti engaged fully with every aspect of life. He is regarded by many modern religious figures as a great teacher, an extraordinary individual with revolutionary insights; Joseph Campbell, Alan Watts, Eckhart Tolle and Deepak Chopra are all indebted to his writings.
Created with color pencil, Adobe Photoshop, and Illustrator. I refined the upper-central design for the Village Spririt news pages. The music is the album Spiritchaser by Dead Can Dance.