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Insignificantly Significant

Insignificantly Significant

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The other morning I woke up thinking about how utterly insignificant the human species is, and yet how fascinating we can be at the same time. I was reminded of a short video from the ‘70’s that I feel is worth sharing. Although dated in its presentation, the content is as pertinent today as it was back then. The illusion of human superiority becomes painfully obvious when we step away from our sense of self-importance and allow ourselves to see the speck of dust that we really are.

Charles and Ray Eames | Powers of Ten, 1977 from Salon 94 on Vimeo.


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