There are several Faridkots in Pakistan and one in India, and McClatchy's weeklong search for the home village of the captured suspect was complicated by incorrect details of the location published in the Indian news media.
Cut The World
Cripple and the Starfish
You Are My Sister
Epilepsy Is Dancing
Kiss My Name
I Fell In Love With A Dead Boy
The Crying Light
Goodbye, dear Edwige, butch elegance, punk legend.
"In every deliberation, we must consider the impact on the seventh generation..." —Great Law of the Iroquois
The Seventh Generation originated with the Iroquois when they thought it was appropriate to think seven generations ahead (a couple hundred years into the future) and decide whether the decisions they make today would benefit their children seven generations into the future.
Antony will perform today on at 2:30PM EST.
Christianity and other religions have historically cast nature itself as female. It is no secret that almost all the world's religions are structured and governed by hierarchies of men. They have sought to subjugate the feminine and redirect our focus towards themselves as the spiritual conduits who can teach us of paradise elsewhere, beyond the realm of this life. But our intuitive sense of connection to the natural world is precisely what we need to re-engage now if we hope to overcome our alienation and restore balance to our relationship with the ecology of our home, the Earth.
Antony would like to respond to the article in El Pais yesterday:
I also expressed my strong desire to move towards the feminine in our empathetic relationship with each other and our environment. I believe that such a direction might help us to navigate the problems that we are facing now as a species.
Thank you for allowing me to clarify my position." - Antony
It is true that women have also supported patriarchal systems throughout the course of history. However, I would like to propose that this would be a very good time to lean upon and empower the feminine wisdom of circles of women, grandmothers, sisters... I believe that a massive change in the consciousness of all people on this planet will be necessary if we hope to dismantle the dangerous systems that we have constructed for ourselves and which we are inflicting upon our planet. It is the biological nature of women to tread more carefully on the face of this earth and in relation to one another, and we must search for this feminine power in each of our hearts now. As a transgendered person, I am more aware than most that masculine and feminine properties lie within all of us.
•Kazuo Ohno, dancer, born 27 October 1906; died 1 June 2010
"I would just like to say that I suspect the translation of my interview was a bit rough, and the artistic statement I made was in reference to myself: "As a transgendered person, I am like a wild animal, beyond the realm of Christians and patriarchies." I never said that "Transsexuals are wild animals" as the title suggests.