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How about making a collage of our inner world as it is right now?:eek:h::heart: you could do it by righting, with actual pictures or by drawing...What images would you put in a collage your inner world? What movie characters, book characters... could represent the different sides of the person you are? What in nature represents emotions you are going through? What dreams are there, what do they look like as pictures and what is you subconscious telling you through the night with the dreams you have ?:cool::proud:
 

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How about making a collage of our inner world as it is right now?:eek:h::heart: you could do it by righting, with actual pictures or by drawing...What images would you put in a collage your inner world? What movie characters, book characters... could represent the different sides of the person you are? What in nature represents emotions you are going through? What dreams are there, what do they look like as pictures and what is you subconscious telling you through the night with the dreams you have ?:cool::proud:
Put a little something together. Why is everybody thanking you but not posting anything? :thinking:
Let's see yours too! :')

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I'll just keep thanking. lol It looks lovely but like WORK right now. I wish I felt I had some time for it @Ele30 and by the way, I liked your addition to the add-on story! lol @Fru2 looks good! Very like you and I really like huge oak trees. =)
 
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the stone-head is particularly cool and what does the picture of guy that is guiding the crowd represent for you?
Heh, thanks! The stonehead is called the Green Man, and that guy with the stick is Moses from Exodus (thats a movie named after the story, much better than you'd imagine, it's fantastic!) I could explain the whole plot but that would entail getting some spoilers lol. He symbolizes freedom, humility, devotion, sacrifice, leadership, faith, self discovery and change. The picture itself represents my moral upbringing and (a part of my) culture.
 

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Looks great! Let me know if I've got this right.. You're a musician who travels frequently and likes poetry and artwork. The building blueprint is kind of standing out in your collage, mind expanding on that? :')
Pretty close!! I'm studying architecture, hence the drawing, though it does stand out a bit much there...otherwise just slight differences (playing music has become more of a side thing, and perhaps more of a philosopher than a poet).

Your's looks awesome too! :)
 

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Pretty close!! I'm studying architecture, hence the drawing, thought it does stand out a bit much there...otherwise just slight differences (playing music has become more of a side thing, and perhaps more of a philosopher than a poet).

Your's looks awesome too! :)
Ah, what a coincidence, me too! Third year bachelor, working on my last design project as we speak :)
I still need to choose a free minor for my next semester, which is going to seal the degree at year's end. Was thinking of psychology/sociology/management and marketing, the first being more of personal passion and the latter as something useful in the future.
What would you have chosen as a minor? Apropos philosophy, have you started with Ulysses yet?
 

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Ah, what a coincidence, me too! Third year bachelor, working on my last design project as we speak :)
I still need to choose a free minor for my next semester, which is going to seal the degree at year's end. Was thinking of psychology/sociology/management and marketing, the first being more of personal passion and the latter as something useful in the future.
What would you have chosen as a minor? Apropos philosophy, have you started with Ulysses yet?
How neat! I don't come across many other architecture students on here. Do you think you'll be pursuing it after graduating?

Whichever you choose, that's nice to do something different from your major. I actually am minoring in architectural history, which at its best I probably like even more than design studios, but it's all interesting. I was trying to minor in music or maybe philosophy, but I transferred to my university and with a limited time, it would have pretty challenging to get a minor in that's outside of my department.

I haven't started Ulysses yet, but it's sitting next to me on the coffee table as I type, waiting to be picked up once I finish this musicology book!

And thank you for the friend request by the way!
 

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How neat! I don't come across many other architecture students on here. Do you think you'll be pursuing it after graduating?

Whichever you choose, that's nice to do something different from your major. I actually am minoring in architectural history, which at its best I probably like even more than design studios, but it's all interesting. I was trying to minor in music or maybe philosophy, but I transferred to my university and with a limited time, it would have pretty challenging to get a minor in that's outside of my department.

I haven't started Ulysses yet, but it's sitting next to me on the coffee table as I type, waiting to be picked up once I finish this musicology book!

And thank you for the friend request by the way!
Glad you've accepted it! I've spoken with a couple of INFPs that are on the same boat on here actually.. My initial idea was to become an architect, which I still want to, it's just that my long term plan might need some re-tweaking since I'm seeing things more in perspective now. I want to experience some things first before entering a full-blown career, but my dream stays the same, create new environments, bring beauty and joy to people for years to come, and sustainability something something.

Arch-history is cool, we had a dope lecturer and got to travel to Prague for excursion, great city. I took the opportunity to disappear from the group one evening and got lost in the city(of course in a metaphorical manner, ENFPs never get lost, we just "explore"). Too many people started talking to me in Czech, one guy got pissed that I answered to him in English..

I wouldn't cross out music and philosophy, both are big factors in my life. What instrument do you play?
 

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Glad you've accepted it! I've spoken with a couple of INFPs that are on the same boat on here actually.. My initial idea was to become an architect, which I still want to, it's just that my long term plan might need some re-tweaking since I'm seeing things more in perspective now. I want to experience some things first before entering a full-blown career, but my dream stays the same, create new environments, bring beauty and joy to people for years to come, and sustainability something something.

Arch-history is cool, we had a dope lecturer and got to travel to Prague for excursion, great city. I took the opportunity to disappear from the group one evening and got lost in the city(of course in a metaphorical manner, ENFPs never get lost, we just "explore"). Too many people started talking to me in Czech, one guy got pissed that I answered to him in English..

I wouldn't cross out music and philosophy, both are big factors in my life. What instrument do you play?
That makes sense, I'm thinking I'll do the same. I'm not completely sure if I want to get into architecture, and I'll probably explore other things before going to grad school or anything more decisive long term. I do have a those dreams too, but I'm still not quite sure yet!

That sounds amazing! I'm dying to visit Prague, I think it's top on my list for places I haven't yet seen. Haha I'm a little more likely to feel lost in those cases, but it's also fun to end up in new places. For a J, I like unplanned things quite a bit.

Violin and piano; violin more seriously until a year and half ago, picking piano up again now for fun.
 

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That makes sense, I'm thinking I'll do the same. I'm not completely sure if I want to get into architecture, and I'll probably explore other things before going to grad school or anything more decisive long term. I do have a those dreams too, but I'm still not quite sure yet!

That sounds amazing! I'm dying to visit Prague, I think it's top on my list for places I haven't yet seen. Haha I'm a little more likely to feel lost in those cases, but it's also fun to end up in new places. For a J, I like unplanned things quite a bit.

Violin and piano; violin more seriously until a year and half ago, picking piano up again now for fun.
No need to rush, it's all about enjoying the journey, right? And Prague is amazing, much more medieval and varied than Amsterdam.

So you're more of a classical player.. I've got an acoustic guitar which I play for.. 7 years? And have played with synths and piano when I've got the chance to, didn't bother to study music theory yet, I mostly play by feeling, learning to play piano decently is on the list though.
 

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No need to rush, it's all about enjoying the journey, right? And Prague is amazing, much more medieval and varied than Amsterdam.
Absolutely! Have you studied in Amsterdam too? I might finally get to both cities this summer while studying abroad, getting that figured out still. One of my friends went to Amsterdam last summer and I remember she liked it a lot, though I'm more into the history than she is!

So you're more of a classical player.. I've got an acoustic guitar which I play for.. 7 years? And have played with synths and piano when I've got the chance to, didn't bother to study music theory yet, I mostly play by feeling, learning to play piano decently is on the list though.
I am. Acoustic guitar is neat! Piano does seem like a good one to know at least a little, it's so versatile in the music world.
 

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Absolutely! Have you studied in Amsterdam too? I might finally get to both cities this summer while studying abroad, getting that figured out still. One of my friends went to Amsterdam last summer and I remember she liked it a lot, though I'm more into the history than she is!
Cool, I'm still in the Netherlands, let me know when you get around :')
 
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