Quote by Rosa Parks
I would like to be remembered as a person who wanted to be free... so other people would be also free.
This quote reflects the desire to be remembered as someone who fought for freedom not just for themselves, but for others as well. It highlights the importance of advocating for the liberation and rights of all individuals. This person does not seek personal recognition or acclaim, but instead strives to create a society where everyone can experience freedom. It is a call for solidarity and empathy, emphasizing the belief that true freedom lies in the liberation of all.
I wasn't sure about that, but one never knows. Sometimes a neighborhood, like a culture or civilization, is strong enough to absorb and acculturate any number of newcomers. But I don't know if that's true around here any longer. The outward forms and appearances look the same - [...]- but the substance has been altered.
There are two kinds of designers: ones who are very happy locked in their office surrounded by their coterie. The last thing they need to do is to go to a trunk show they'd go running for the hills. I not only enjoy it, I think, how do you design things that are applicable to life - unless you live it?