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- Pramuka Indonesia pasti bisa 🇮🇩 *Untuk video full nya silahkan kalian kunjungi via YouTube channel. Link ada di bio @ariefrizqi21 ☝☝☝ . @adobepremiereindonesia #adobepremiereindonesia @indovisualgram #indovisualgram @indovideotravel #indovideotravel @editorest.id #editorestid . . #lfl #fff #sman1singaparna #smanespa #sekolahits #sekolahhitz #holidays #cinematic #cinematicvideo #adobe #premiere #aftereffects #adobepremiere #adobeaftereffects #amazingvideo #lifeofadventure #thecreatorclass #creativecommunity #creator
- Pramuka Indonesia pasti bisa 🇮🇩 *Untuk video full nya silahkan kalian kunjungi via YouTube channel. Link ada di bio @ariefrizqi21 ☝☝☝ . @adobepremiereindonesia #adobepremiereindonesia @indovisualgram #indovisualgram @indovideotravel #indovideotravel @editorest.id #editorestid . . #lfl #fff #sman1singaparna #smanespa #sekolahits #sekolahhitz #holidays #cinematic #cinematicvideo #adobe #premiere #aftereffects #adobepremiere #adobeaftereffects #amazingvideo #lifeofadventure #thecreatorclass #creativecommunity #creator
- Pisau Fair 2016 🎪 *Untuk video full nya silahkan kunjungi via YouTube. Link ada di bio @ariefrizqi21 ☝☝☝ . @adobepremiereindonesia #adobepremiereindonesia @indovisualgram #indovisualgram @indovideotravel #indovideotravel @editorest.id #editorestid . . #lfl #fff #sman1singaparna #smanespa #sekolahits #sekolahhitz #holidays #cinematic #cinematicvideo #adobe #premiere #aftereffects #adobepremiere #adobeaftereffects #amazingvideo #lifeofadventure #thecreatorclass #creativecommunity #creatori
- Pisau Fair 2016 🎪 *Untuk video full nya silahkan kunjungi via YouTube. Link ada di bio @ariefrizqi21 ☝☝☝ . @adobepremiereindonesia #adobepremiereindonesia @indovisualgram #indovisualgram @indovideotravel #indovideotravel @editorest.id #editorestid . . #lfl #fff #sman1singaparna #smanespa #sekolahits #sekolahhitz #holidays #cinematic #cinematicvideo #adobe #premiere #aftereffects #adobepremiere #adobeaftereffects #amazingvideo #lifeofadventure #thecreatorclass #creativecommunity #creatori
- As I sit here watching my two fav little girls, I can’t help but have a full heart. I took a nanny job over 3 years ago and that experience has forever changed me❤️ Until I have my own, I will gladly play house with all the babies☺️ It’s not a huge part of my life as I only babysit when I can, but it’s been a beautiful journey and I thought I would document it with this post since I am in a lull with Instagram and have nothing to post after a crazy week. I thought I would share a part of my life I haven’t posted about for years. #bestsidehustleever
- As I sit here watching my two fav little girls, I can’t help but have a full heart. I took a nanny job over 3 years ago and that experience has forever changed me❤️ Until I have my own, I will gladly play house with all the babies☺️ It’s not a huge part of my life as I only babysit when I can, but it’s been a beautiful journey and I thought I would document it with this post since I am in a lull with Instagram and have nothing to post after a crazy week. I thought I would share a part of my life I haven’t posted about for years. #bestsidehustleever
- As I sit here watching my two fav little girls, I can’t help but have a full heart. I took a nanny job over 3 years ago and that experience has forever changed me❤️ Until I have my own, I will gladly play house with all the babies☺️ It’s not a huge part of my life as I only babysit when I can, but it’s been a beautiful journey and I thought I would document it with this post since I am in a lull with Instagram and have nothing to post after a crazy week. I thought I would share a part of my life I haven’t posted about for years. #bestsidehustleever
- Hallo hallo sampai jumat nanti malam ya! Di pertunjukan terakhir : Monyet Nishioka Mencari Pulau Baru bersama @kawamura_koheysai jam 18.00 dan 20.30 nanti @cushcushgallery . . See you tonight ❤ . . Get this special limited edition soft toys only at @cushcushgallery for PLAYPLAY: Charcoal For Children 2017/18 Chariry Performance. For more info and pricelist detail please send us DM / email to balilagilagi@gmail.com . . #LagiLagi #kawamurakoheysai #CharcoalForChildren #CFC #CushCushGallery #CCG #CharityPerformance #CreativeCommunity #CreativeBali #SoftToys #ArtistMerchandise
- Hallo hallo sampai jumat nanti malam ya! Di pertunjukan terakhir : Monyet Nishioka Mencari Pulau Baru bersama @kawamura_koheysai jam 18.00 dan 20.30 nanti @cushcushgallery . . See you tonight ❤ . . Get this special limited edition soft toys only at @cushcushgallery for PLAYPLAY: Charcoal For Children 2017/18 Chariry Performance. For more info and pricelist detail please send us DM / email to balilagilag @gmail.com . . #LagiLagi #kawamurakoheysai #CharcoalForChildren #CFC #CushCushGallery #CCG #CharityPerformance #CreativeCommunity #CreativeBali #SoftToys #ArtistMerchandise
- Hallo hallo sampai jumat nanti malam ya! Di pertunjukan terakhir : Monyet Nishioka Mencari Pulau Baru bersama @kawamura_koheysai jam 18.00 dan 20.30 nanti @cushcushgallery . . See you tonight ❤ . . Get this special limited edition soft toys only at @cushcushgallery for PLAYPLAY: Charcoal For Children 2017/18 Chariry Performance. For more info and pricelist detail please send us DM / email to balilagilagi@gmail.com . . #LagiLagi #kawamurakoheysai #CharcoalForChildren #CFC #CushCushGallery #CCG #CharityPerformance #CreativeCommunity #CreativeBali #SoftToys #ArtistMerchandise
- I'm graduating with a degree in "Music and Worship Studies (Pastoral Leadership Concentration)" from an Evangelical college, so I have a vested interest in church music. And I've gotta say: Navigating ecclesial worship post-deconstruction has been *weird* and frustrating. (My frame of reference on church music is defined by an Assemblies of God, Church of God, and Lutheran upbringing with an education in Southern Baptist and Non-Denominational settings. I'm speaking from an amalgam of traditions that were predominantly white & Evangelical.) • Rejection of penal substitutionary atonement theory (and any other theory of satisfaction) immediately precludes a vast number of popular songs/hymns from being *helpful*. Add to that a rejection of perceiving God as inherently militant or angry, and whole lot more fall away. Then there's an explicit - often implicit - exclusivism fairly hard to detach from the general canon. And many songs fall victim to a strange inferiority complex wherein God is defined/understood over and against God's "enemies". "Our God is greater"? Really, Chris? Not helpful. And what of the cisheteropatriarchy? It's inextricable. • More broadly, and perhaps most insipidly, the White Contemporary Christian Music Industrial Complex™ is systemically defined by white supremacy in content, form, and function (among others). So, so much of the music I grew up singing and leading in these settings is inescapably colonialist. The eschatological refrain that "every knee will bow" - reworded in every possible way - is coded language for a form of "evangelism" that's essentially white supremacy. Many - not all - of the songs that defined the way in which I related to and perceived God have proven deeply problematic, and I know I'm not the only one who feels this way. • Studying worship whilst attempting to integrate my queer identity and fervor for justice is messy. So much of the music by which I'm surrounded is seemingly compromised by the system out of which it was birthed, dripping with privileged self-victimization and its resultant militancy. (And it's *mostly* poorly written.) Can any of it be redeemed? Welp - great question. • Still figuring this out.
- I& #39;m graduating with a degree in "Music and Worship Studies (Pastoral Leadership Concentration)" from an Evangelical college, so I have a vested interest in church music. And I& #39;ve gotta say: Navigating ecclesial worship post-deconstruction has been *weird* and frustrating. (My frame of reference on church music is defined by an Assemblies of God, Church of God, and Lutheran upbringing with an education in Southern Baptist and Non-Denominational settings. I& #39;m speaking from an amalgam of traditions that were predominantly white & Evangelical.) • Rejection of penal substitutionary atonement theory (and any other theory of satisfaction) immediately precludes a vast number of popular songs/hymns from being *helpful*. Add to that a rejection of perceiving God as inherently militant or angry, and whole lot more fall away. Then there& #39;s an explicit - often implicit - exclusivism fairly hard to detach from the general canon. And many songs fall victim to a strange inferiority complex wherein God is defined/understood over and against God& #39;s "enemies". "Our God is greater"? Really, Chris? Not helpful. And what of the cisheteropatriarchy? It& #39;s inextricable. • More broadly, and perhaps most insipidly, the White Contemporary Christian Music Industrial Complex™ is systemically defined by white supremacy in content, form, and function (among others). So, so much of the music I grew up singing and leading in these settings is inescapably colonialist. The eschatological refrain that "every knee will bow" - reworded in every possible way - is coded language for a form of "evangelism" that& #39;s essentially white supremacy. Many - not all - of the songs that defined the way in which I related to and perceived God have proven deeply problematic, and I know I& #39;m not the only one who feels this way. • Studying worship whilst attempting to integrate my queer identity and fervor for justice is messy. So much of the music by which I& #39;m surrounded is seemingly compromised by the system out of which it was birthed, dripping with privileged self-victimization and its resultant militancy. (And it& #39;s *mostly* poorly written.) Can any of it be redeemed? Welp - great question. • Still figuring this out.
- I'm graduating with a degree in "Music and Worship Studies (Pastoral Leadership Concentration)" from an Evangelical college, so I have a vested interest in church music. And I've gotta say: Navigating ecclesial worship post-deconstruction has been *weird* and frustrating. (My frame of reference on church music is defined by an Assemblies of God, Church of God, and Lutheran upbringing with an education in Southern Baptist and Non-Denominational settings. I'm speaking from an amalgam of traditions that were predominantly white & Evangelical.) • Rejection of penal substitutionary atonement theory (and any other theory of satisfaction) immediately precludes a vast number of popular songs/hymns from being *helpful*. Add to that a rejection of perceiving God as inherently militant or angry, and whole lot more fall away. Then there's an explicit - often implicit - exclusivism fairly hard to detach from the general canon. And many songs fall victim to a strange inferiority complex wherein God is defined/understood over and against God's "enemies". "Our God is greater"? Really, Chris? Not helpful. And what of the cisheteropatriarchy? It's inextricable. • More broadly, and perhaps most insipidly, the White Contemporary Christian Music Industrial Complex™ is systemically defined by white supremacy in content, form, and function (among others). So, so much of the music I grew up singing and leading in these settings is inescapably colonialist. The eschatological refrain that "every knee will bow" - reworded in every possible way - is coded language for a form of "evangelism" that's essentially white supremacy. Many - not all - of the songs that defined the way in which I related to and perceived God have proven deeply problematic, and I know I'm not the only one who feels this way. • Studying worship whilst attempting to integrate my queer identity and fervor for justice is messy. So much of the music by which I'm surrounded is seemingly compromised by the system out of which it was birthed, dripping with privileged self-victimization and its resultant militancy. (And it's *mostly* poorly written.) Can any of it be redeemed? Welp - great question. • Still figuring this out.
- Then there are days like this that remind me that my reaction causes more growth then the events of my circumstantial present. Let’s get real for a moment. The last 24 hours have been stressful and draining. Yesterday we found our basement flooded with over a foot of water. It’s been pouring here in Kentucky, as if the heaven decided we all needed a bath. Our sump pump decided to stop working amidst the down pour and we were under water, quickly. Not only is the Fox’s workshop in the basement, all his tools and wood supplies. We also had all of our renovation extras, like brand new carpet for the new basement room, tile, flooring etc. Our bunnies home is also in the basement, an entire room to themselves... The financial damage we’ll work through, and the loss of monetary items remind both of us that almost everything can be replaced. But we lost some of our bunnies yesterday and it breaks my heart. I am usually a level headed thinker and work well under pressure, I pride myself in being able to adapt quickly. But when I discovered the water, I panicked. My anxiety enveloped me in a way I haven’t seen in years. I became nauseous, lightheaded and almost passed out. I couldn’t breathe, my chest was tight and I felt so deeply weighted where I stood. All I could think about was getting the water out and saving as many of our little bunnies as we could. We worked tirelessly into the night and didn’t stop until almost 4 AM. I’m tired, and we still have much to be done between today and tomorrow. And although I am tired, unbelievably sore (2 20lb buckets of water up a flight of stairs for 4 hours straight will kick your ass), and heartbroken for our fur babies lost. I can’t help but think that we will learn and gain something from this. Even if the simple fact that my partner, is exactly who I need in this world. There was a moment where we we’re both covered in water and debris (oh yeah a pipe bust on us during this too) and we locked eyes and just started laughing. Realizing that this will not be our only crisis but at the end of the day we will get through it...
- Then there are days like this that remind me that my reaction causes more growth then the events of my circumstantial present. Let’s get real for a moment. The last 24 hours have been stressful and draining. Yesterday we found our basement flooded with over a foot of water. It’s been pouring here in Kentucky, as if the heaven decided we all needed a bath. Our sump pump decided to stop working amidst the down pour and we were under water, quickly. Not only is the Fox’s workshop in the basement, all his tools and wood supplies. We also had all of our renovation extras, like brand new carpet for the new basement room, tile, flooring etc. Our bunnies home is also in the basement, an entire room to themselves... The financial damage we’ll work through, and the loss of monetary items remind both of us that almost everything can be replaced. But we lost some of our bunnies yesterday and it breaks my heart. I am usually a level headed thinker and work well under pressure, I pride myself in being able to adapt quickly. But when I discovered the water, I panicked. My anxiety enveloped me in a way I haven’t seen in years. I became nauseous, lightheaded and almost passed out. I couldn’t breathe, my chest was tight and I felt so deeply weighted where I stood. All I could think about was getting the water out and saving as many of our little bunnies as we could. We worked tirelessly into the night and didn’t stop until almost 4 AM. I’m tired, and we still have much to be done between today and tomorrow. And although I am tired, unbelievably sore (2 20lb buckets of water up a flight of stairs for 4 hours straight will kick your ass), and heartbroken for our fur babies lost. I can’t help but think that we will learn and gain something from this. Even if the simple fact that my partner, is exactly who I need in this world. There was a moment where we we’re both covered in water and debris (oh yeah a pipe bust on us during this too) and we locked eyes and just started laughing. Realizing that this will not be our only crisis but at the end of the day we will get through it...
- Then there are days like this that remind me that my reaction causes more growth then the events of my circumstantial present. Let’s get real for a moment. The last 24 hours have been stressful and draining. Yesterday we found our basement flooded with over a foot of water. It’s been pouring here in Kentucky, as if the heaven decided we all needed a bath. Our sump pump decided to stop working amidst the down pour and we were under water, quickly. Not only is the Fox’s workshop in the basement, all his tools and wood supplies. We also had all of our renovation extras, like brand new carpet for the new basement room, tile, flooring etc. Our bunnies home is also in the basement, an entire room to themselves... The financial damage we’ll work through, and the loss of monetary items remind both of us that almost everything can be replaced. But we lost some of our bunnies yesterday and it breaks my heart. I am usually a level headed thinker and work well under pressure, I pride myself in being able to adapt quickly. But when I discovered the water, I panicked. My anxiety enveloped me in a way I haven’t seen in years. I became nauseous, lightheaded and almost passed out. I couldn’t breathe, my chest was tight and I felt so deeply weighted where I stood. All I could think about was getting the water out and saving as many of our little bunnies as we could. We worked tirelessly into the night and didn’t stop until almost 4 AM. I’m tired, and we still have much to be done between today and tomorrow. And although I am tired, unbelievably sore (2 20lb buckets of water up a flight of stairs for 4 hours straight will kick your ass), and heartbroken for our fur babies lost. I can’t help but think that we will learn and gain something from this. Even if the simple fact that my partner, is exactly who I need in this world. There was a moment where we we’re both covered in water and debris (oh yeah a pipe bust on us during this too) and we locked eyes and just started laughing. Realizing that this will not be our only crisis but at the end of the day we will get through it...
- I want to talk a little bit about inspiration. With social media, we see a great many spectacular art studios, amazing artwork, lavish destinations and gorgeous nimble bodies. The constant stream of “inspiration” can leave us in a wake of feelings of inadequacy and unfulfilled dreams. So many of us temporarily forget that the most genuine inspiration stems from our life experience, our journeys and normalcy. It is our mind that interprets the real world around us and drives our creative energy. Right now, my “studio” resides in a dark and dusty corner of my unfinished basement. No natural light, no plants, just art supplies and some crappy lamps (and crystals....🙂) But this does not define me as an artist. I have two small children and won’t keep toxic oil paint within their (surprisingly expansive) reach. Someday I’ll have a bright and beautiful space to create but right now my corner of the basement is about as uninspiring as studios come, and my time spent there is limited to #whenthekidsareasleep BUT - I enjoy the challenge of harnessing my inspiration from our trips to the national park, books I read, even trips to the damned grocery store; and reigning it all into my dreary little space to make beautiful art that I feel proud and happy about. Even if you aren’t an “artist” professionally - all humans have a creative aspect of ourselves and we could all do well to remember that our best inspiration comes from inside ourselves. Also, I always feel like a total dweeb when I take selfies 😬🤡👽💩👻 #micdrop #artistrant #illstoppreachingnow #youworryaboutyourself #artistsnetwork #artcommunity #creativecommunity #creativeself #oilpaintersofinstagram #coloradoartists #inspirationalpost #artfromtheinside #insideart #dimstudio #badlighting #makedowithwhatyougot
- I want to talk a little bit about inspiration. With social media, we see a great many spectacular art studios, amazing artwork, lavish destinations and gorgeous nimble bodies. The constant stream of “inspiration” can leave us in a wake of feelings of inadequacy and unfulfilled dreams. So many of us temporarily forget that the most genuine inspiration stems from our life experience, our journeys and normalcy. It is our mind that interprets the real world around us and drives our creative energy. Right now, my “studio” resides in a dark and dusty corner of my unfinished basement. No natural light, no plants, just art supplies and some crappy lamps (and crystals....🙂) But this does not define me as an artist. I have two small children and won’t keep toxic oil paint within their (surprisingly expansive) reach. Someday I’ll have a bright and beautiful space to create but right now my corner of the basement is about as uninspiring as studios come, and my time spent there is limited to #whenthekidsareasleep BUT - I enjoy the challenge of harnessing my inspiration from our trips to the national park, books I read, even trips to the damned grocery store; and reigning it all into my dreary little space to make beautiful art that I feel proud and happy about. Even if you aren’t an “artist” professionally - all humans have a creative aspect of ourselves and we could all do well to remember that our best inspiration comes from inside ourselves. Also, I always feel like a total dweeb when I take selfies 😬🤡👽💩👻 #micdrop #artistrant #illstoppreachingnow #youworryaboutyourself #artistsnetwork #artcommunity #creativecommunity #creativeself #oilpaintersofinstagram #coloradoartists #inspirationalpost #artfromtheinside #insideart #dimstudio #badlighting #makedowithwhatyougot
- I want to talk a little bit about inspiration. With social media, we see a great many spectacular art studios, amazing artwork, lavish destinations and gorgeous nimble bodies. The constant stream of “inspiration” can leave us in a wake of feelings of inadequacy and unfulfilled dreams. So many of us temporarily forget that the most genuine inspiration stems from our life experience, our journeys and normalcy. It is our mind that interprets the real world around us and drives our creative energy. Right now, my “studio” resides in a dark and dusty corner of my unfinished basement. No natural light, no plants, just art supplies and some crappy lamps (and crystals....🙂) But this does not define me as an artist. I have two small children and won’t keep toxic oil paint within their (surprisingly expansive) reach. Someday I’ll have a bright and beautiful space to create but right now my corner of the basement is about as uninspiring as studios come, and my time spent there is limited to #whenthekidsareasleep BUT - I enjoy the challenge of harnessing my inspiration from our trips to the national park, books I read, even trips to the damned grocery store; and reigning it all into my dreary little space to make beautiful art that I feel proud and happy about. Even if you aren’t an “artist” professionally - all humans have a creative aspect of ourselves and we could all do well to remember that our best inspiration comes from inside ourselves. Also, I always feel like a total dweeb when I take selfies 😬🤡👽💩👻 #micdrop #artistrant #illstoppreachingnow #youworryaboutyourself #artistsnetwork #artcommunity #creativecommunity #creativeself #oilpaintersofinstagram #coloradoartists #inspirationalpost #artfromtheinside #insideart #dimstudio #badlighting #makedowithwhatyougot

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