My great mistake, the fault for which I can't forgive myself, is that one day I ceased my obstinate pursuit of my own individuality // Oscar Wilde

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{.:.the beauty isn’t just in looking at the stars; it’s in choosing to do so when you have other options.:.}

Today, in my usual blog searching, I found a beautiful project. Oscar Lhermitte, a London-city-dweller, noticed that no one in London could see the stars (this goes for most metropolitan areas), and decided to “recreate the missing stars in London”–though they are not real stars, his project can share in the beauty found just above The Smoke.

Lhermitte got his funding from The London Chapter of the Awesome Foundation (how cool is that name?!) and created his “stars” from balloons, LED lights, and remote control devices.

Check out this amazing video with footage of his project, as well as some of the viewer’s responses: http://vimeo.com/11602702

BP is Not Haiti (via 365 of 35 Blog)

I found this while I was surfing other people’s blogs. I couldn’t agree more, this was well-stated.

Several of my friends on Facebook posted the following message in their status updates today: So…where are all the 'Save the Gulf' concerts? Where are the TV benefits with celebrities and musicians giving heartfelt speeches for our fisherman, wildlife, beaches, loss of income and sabotaged gulf economy? Why are we, including our own government, so quick to help other countries such as Haiti, but just sit around and wait for BP to fix this oil s … Read More

via 365 of 35 Blog