Amin Farid

Eramus Mundus Masters Scholar | Dance Anthropologist | Cultural Studies Researcher
Choreographer | Dancer

#soultari #365soulgrateful
  • September 22nd, 1994

    Happy 20th Anniversary, FRIENDS!

    (Source: transponsters, via leftyoubreathless)

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  • "We do not grow absolutely, chronologically. We grow sometimes in one dimension, and not in another, unevenly. We grow partially. We are relative. We are mature in one realm, childish in another. The past, present, and future mingle and pull us backward, forward, or fix us in the present. We are made of layers, cells, constellations."
    Anaïs Nin, The Diary of Anaïs Nin, Vol. 4: 1944-1947 (via hellanne)

    (via xiuseo)

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  • Beautiful flowers in summer at Jardin LeCoq, a big park nearby!

    #soultari #365soulgrateful #365grateful #clermontferrand #France (at Jardin Lecoq)

  • gnarly:

    Do you ever just start randomly laughing out loud in class or in a public place because you start remembering all the stupid shit you and your friends do

    (via warkids)

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  • captainjaymerica:

    smile-and-be-happeh:

    Oh my goodness. captainjaymerica so cute!

    OHHHHHHHH!!!!

    (Source: you-renevergonnabealone, via hazelbrowneyes)

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  • I was tagged by a several friends to do the 20 facts challenge.

    Here goes, 20 facts about me:
    1) I breathe dance.
    2) I see value and the relevance in traditional arts.
    3) I support lifelong learning.
    4) When creating works, I love to go beyond what is expected of me and I work only with willing parties (those who are gearing to make a different)
    5) Despite being a socialite on Social Media, I value my alone time.
    6) I am independent.
    7) I love croissant and coffee together.
    8) I would love to learn more languages: seeking to learn Arabic, Korean and Tagalog.
    9) I don’t adapt very well with changes but I manage somehow.
    10) I hate saying goodbye to people I love.
    11) I tend to distanced myself from people when I get too attached to them.
    12) I love history.
    13) I am someone who likes to make things happen when you least expects it to.
    14) When I do something I put all my heart and soul into it, so I don’t appreciate people messing it up.
    15) I love vintage bags and shoes - just that I don’t have the money.
    16) I love spicy food.
    17) I appreciate world music.
    18) I love falling in love but dislike commitments.
    19) In the army, my most favorite moments were in the jungle, the smell of nature and sleeping under the stars.
    20) I aspire to do Hajj one day.

    #soultari #365grateful #365soulgrateful (at Résidence Philippe Lebon)

  • "In general, people are not drawn to perfection in others. People are drawn to shared interests, shared problems, and an individual’s life energy. Humans connect with humans. Hiding one’s humanity and trying to project an image of perfection makes a person vague, slippery, lifeless, and uninteresting."
    Robert Glover (via mirroir)

    (Source: psych-quotes, via hurownways)

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  • "And I think the first sign you notice when you begin to gain feelings towards a person, is just how easily you get jealous when they give others the attention which you crave."
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  • instagram:

    Moments from Ghana and Beyond with @africashowboy

    To see more of Africa through Nana’s lens, follow @africashowboy on Instagram.

    Africa’s relationship with photography is complicated, explains Nana Kofi Acquah (@africashowboy), a journalist and creative director-turned-photographer from Accra, Ghana. “Even though it is undeniable that African photographers saw the opportunity to fight stereotypes with their pictures, the truth was that cameras and film were extremely expensive and therefore not something to be wasted on unimportant casual moments. Today, how Ghanaians interact with photographs has changed rapidly.”

    Nana’s work for businesses and non-profits takes him across Africa, and his Instagram photos reflects moments both profound and banal. “I don’t believe a photograph always needs to be dramatic, ecstatic, or tragic to pique people’s interest,” he says. “I am not afraid to photograph the mundane because I know posterity might appreciate it—and in that sense, I think like a historian. My audience is anybody who is interested to know more about Africa.”

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  • Certainly God is talking to me :) haha!

    Chanced upon this spectacle as I was returning back to the hostel from laundry and kebab!

    #nofilter #soultari #365soulgrateful #365grateful (at Résidence Philippe Lebon)

  • "Ask me a question"
    ask.fm/Soultari

    (Source: )

  • Adventures in the kitchen becomes even more interesting avec mes amis (with my friends)

    #soultari #365soulgrateful #365grateful #France #clermontferrand #choreomundus

    www.soulfullythoughtful.blogspot.com (at Résidence Philippe Lebon)

  • Just one of those mornings with my coffee and croissant.

    #soultari #365grateful #365soulgrateful #france #clermontferrand

    www.soulfullythoughtful.blogspot.com

    (at arbre à pain)

  • It takes effort to ruin my selfie attempts. With my Greek girl, Roula :) Appreciate making me smile like this

    #soultari #365grateful #365soulgrateful #choreomundus #france #clermontferrand (at Clermont-Ferrand)

  • When Asia meets…

    With Ipshita Rajesh of India:

    An exponent of the classical Indian art form, Bharatnatyam, from Mumbai, India, this lady has shown how - despite her petite-self - she is able to command the attention of audiences with her captivating sharp eye movements and her meticulous execution of intricate movements.

    #soultari #365soulgrateful #365grateful #France #clermontferrand #choreomundus (at Université Blaise Pascal)

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