The “Luxury” in it doesn’t mean we try to kit ourselves up with glamourous clothing accessories to go out. To photograph an image you don’t need the most luxurious/expensive kit of equipment. The luxury we are talking about is appreciating what’s around us. We simply use the tools to create an image and alter it to a physical manifestation of our imagination, creating a physical memory. We simply only need a set of eyes, hands, feet and our body to enjoy the wild luxury around us.
I appreciate the night sky and no matter how much I and everyone else look at it, it always concludes with “how small and insignificant it makes us feel”. This is natures offering of luxury to bring together emotions, thoughts and bonding relationships.
Launching today, the Cooper, named for the woodworkers who build barrels and casks, takes the Red Wing Moc Toe and adds a Virbram 430 Mini-Lug sole. Quite versatile, this sole combines the refined appearance of a lower profile and the confidence of added traction. A Goodyear welt and leather from our S. B. Foot Tannery mean these Red Wing boots are durable and resoleable. Available in Amber Portage (2954) and Black Harness (2964) leather, the Cooper is the iconic Moc Toe, reimagined. #redwingheritage http://bit.ly/RWHcooper2954
This third pamphlet in a series of Marxist-Leninist debate publications by the League of Revolutionary Struggle (M-L) features an essay by Amiri Baraka, “The RWH on the BLM: Wrong Again.” Comrade Baraka’s essay was written in rebuttal to the position published by the Revolutionary Workers Headquarters on the Afro-American national question, Build the Black Liberation Movement (Pole Publications, 1981, Box 5597, Chicago, IL 60680). It presents the League’s analysis of the deep chauvinism pervading in the RWH ’s line on the Afro-American national question. …
What concrete stand communists will take on the national question lies at the heart of the struggle for Marxist-Leninist unity. It is one of the most pressing and central questions of the revolutionary struggle in the United States. We hope these articles in laying out the League’s critique of the RWH’s chauvinism will help to bring about a greater understanding of the RWH and of the communist movement of the national question. By bringing into sharper focus the outstanding political issues and our own views, we hope they will help open a clearer and wider path to unity.
I’d like to put this over the front door of my one-day home.
A reminder to my children that whatever choices they make out in the real world, they need to strive to be able to come home each day or night honorably. An extra reminder to my sons about being honorable missionaries and serving full time missions righteously.