As some of you (that have read other posts) may know, I have a 4 legged companion, with whom I do daily walks. Recently there has been a strange phenomenon in our ‘walking-routes’, where in strange places you find HARE KRISHNA HARE RAMA written, with chalk. Pink or orange chalk.
First I thought it was something to do with the art school close-by, but we have been founding them everywhere… So these are my questions:
Who are there people? Or person? The Hare Krishna movement is a Hindu religious organization, and if I can believe what wikipedia says, they are pretty harmonious peaceful group. So I doubt that this might be their way to propagate spiritual knowledge or consciousness of Krishna… but who knows, maybe it’s a radical group within?
It can also be young people trying a new way of graffiti (although for me it would entail a bit more effort on the design side) or maybe they thought they were cool words and went for it?
Anyway, this puzzles me, and I will maybe post other pictures in the continuation of my search for answers.
The Great Unbundling
Home, the heart. In an Amsterdam building, about to be torn down, Marjan Teeuwen, built the interior in giant stone piles.
Bothered with structures
Just passing by
Take your pick
It'll be all right
First let me apologize for being obvious here is just that after reading to my friend Luis Mendo who recently wrote a piece "Never walk alone"