Mamoon Series: Rosmarinus Officinalis

Mamoon Series: Rosmarinus Officinalis, is a 4-part look into the miraculous healing powers of the herb and it’s historical and symbolic influence on our planet. #Mamoon & #mamoonremedies is inspired by the need for alternative to modern-day medical cures. Each month, @thehorseandcrow will focus on the history of a plant, its ethnobotanical uses, and how current research helps to support its historic use. The plant will accompany a #spiritbio and embody, symbolically and medicinally, the remedy we need to get through the times we are in. Continue reading Mamoon Series: Rosmarinus Officinalis

Programming: The Art of Embracing the Broken 

By: Sophia Loukaides In Japanese culture, there’s a philosophy called kintsukuroi or kintsugi. Although related to the art of repairing broken pottery with gold, kintsukuroi is a concept that not only embraces, but highlights the beauty in the broken.  It’s similar to the Japanese esthetic wabi sabi–embracing the flaws or imperfections, but different in the sense that … Continue reading Programming: The Art of Embracing the Broken