From the Heck Pictorial Archive.



"Northern Pacific", 2014.









Karen Walker 2014 Fall RTW collection.



Paris, 2005.

Acknowledging that we are all churned up is the first and most difficult step in any practice. Without compassionate recognition that we are stuck, it’s impossible to liberate ourselves from confusion. ‘Doing something different’ is anything that interrupts our ancient habit of indulging in our emotions. We do anything to cut the strong tendency to spin out… Anything that’s non-habitual will do—even sing and dance or run around the block. We do anything that doesn’t reinforce our crippling habits. The third most difficult practice is to then remember that this is not something we do just once or twice.

- Pema Chodron


My first day of school, upstate NY, 1977.



Muriel Finlay, 1928.



"New York", 2014.

Military armor and equipment that are showy can be seen as being weak and having no strength. By them one can see through to the wearer’s heart.

- Yamamoto Tsunetomo - from Hagakure, The Book of the Samurai


SF, 2002.



From the Heck Pictorial Archive.



Zoe Mozert.

Interrupting our destructive habits and awakening our heart is the work of a lifetime.

- Pema Chodron








Joseph 2014 Fall RTW collection.



"Morte", 2014.



Pant One.



Charles Burns.

When you give rise to that which is within you, what you have will save you. If you do not give rise to it, what you do not have will destroy you.

- Jesus, from The Gospel of Thomas


McClelland Barclay.



Marion Davies, 1924.



"Love/Hate", 2014.

Having only wisdom and talent is the lowest tier of usefulness.

- Yamamoto Tsunemtomo - From Hagakure, The Way of the Samurai


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From the Heck Pictorial Archive.



This Sunday!









Issa 2014 Fall RTW.

Jesus said: Blessed is one who knows where (and when) bandits are going to attack, so that he can prepare, assemble his forces, and arm himself before the bandits enter.

- The Gospel of Thomas


"Liberty", 2014.



Duane Peters.



Mabel Boade, 1930s.



From the Heck Pictorial Archive.

Men dream more about coming home than about leaving.

- Paul Coelho


Dr. Sex!



"Justice", 2014.



Jean Ackerman, 1930s.



From the Heck Pictorial Archive.

Wherever two lovers are, there is God. Wherever two lovers’ energies are meeting and mingling, there is life, alive, at its best; God surrounds you.

- Osho


"Goatsnake", 2014.



Sudou Shigeru 須藤しげる (1898-1946).



Hedy Lammar, 1930s.

When you give rise to that which is within you, what you have will save you. If you do not give rise to it, what you do not have will destroy you.

- Gospel of Thomas


"Fuckhead", 2014.



From Heck’s Pictorial Archive.

Even if it seems certain that you will lose, retaliate. Neither wisdom nor technique has a place in this. A real man does not think of victory or defeat. He plunges recklessly towards an irrational death. By doing this, you will awaken from your dreams.

- Yamamoto Tsunetomo - from Hagakure, The Book of the Samurai


Dmote.



Hazel Forbes, 1930s.



"Fame", 2014.

Only to the extent that we expose ourselves over and over to annihilation can that which is indestructible in us be found.

- Pema Chodron


Pant.



RIP, Shogo Kubo.



Kingston photo, 2014.

Jesus said: Split wood, I am there. Lift up a rock, you will find me there.

- The Gospels of Thomas


"Ethos", 2014.



Frieda Mierse, 1930s.



From the Heck Pictorial Archive.



Marissa Webb 2014 Fall RTW.

If we were to cast aside every man who had made a mistake once, useful men could probably not be come by. A man who makes a mistake once will be considerably more prudent and useful because of his repentance.

- Yamamoto Tsunetomo - from Hagakure, The Book of the Samurai
If we were to cast aside every man who had made a mistake once, useful men could probably not be come by. A man who makes a mistake once will be considerably more prudent and useful because of his repentance.

- Yamamoto Tsunetomo - from Hagakure, The Book of the Samurai


Joshy got a call from Greg Ginn about this one.



Eric Dressen. Photo by O.



1924.

It’s not what enters men’s mouths that’s evil. It’s what comes out of their mouths that is.

- Paul Coelho


"Denver", 2014.



Drucilla Strain, 1930s.



From the Heck Pictorial Archive.



"You don’t quit skateboarding because you get old. You get old because you quit skateboarding."  RIP, Jay Adams.

3.2% of Americans are vegetarian. Most are aged 18-34 and approximately 60% of them are women.



Anti-war protest, Harlem, 1967.











Mara Hoffman Fall 2014 RTW collection.



"Colorado", 2014.

I don’t understand why sex is more shocking than violence.

- Lea Seydoux


Clara Bow, 1921.



Kingston photo.

By bringing shame to a person, how could one expect to make him a better man.

- Yamamoto Tsunetomo


"CO", 2014.



Henry Rollins.



Cover art by Vald’es, 1920.

One pound of beef requires 2,500 gallons of water, whereas one pound of soy requires only 250 gallons of water and a pound of wheat requires only 25 gallons.

- Vegetarian Resource Group


"Boulder", 2014.



Steve Alba.  Legendary.



Roids.



Caja Eric, 1931.

Jesus said: One who knows everything else but who does not know himself knows nothing.

- The Gospel of Thomas


Rime.

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