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Sawaya’s LEGO Life Reflections 2: Celebrate Difference

We continue with our life reflections inspired by Nathan Sawaya’s The Art of The Brick exhibition at the ArtScience Museum, Marina Bay Sands, SingaporeSawaya’s TORSO series posts a challenge to today’s body and beauty ideal and just might save many people a lot of money and stress.
Nathan’s Reflection:
Celebrate Difference.
If everybody looked and were the same, 
it wouldn’t be a very interesting world, would it?
So which shape are you? And which colour?
The circle, square and triangle 
are the fundamental building blocks of all things. 
And the colours red, blue and yellow 
are the primary colors of our world.
The Art of the Brick by Nathan Sawaya
The Art of the Brick by Nathan Sawaya
The Art of the Brick by Nathan Sawaya
Here’s an interesting article ” 5 Ways to Love Your Body
Let Cupid Take Aim at You” By Carrie Myers Smith, oSpark People

Do you love what you see 
when you look in the mirror?
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Hollywood and the fashion, cosmetics and diet industries work hard to make us believe that our bodies are unacceptable and need constant improvement.
Advertisements reduce us to body parts — lips, legs, breasts — airbrushed and touched up to meet impossible standards.
The media tell women and girls that cosmetic surgery is good for self-esteem. Read more…

Love Your Body: Get Talking!

The first step in moving beyond unrealistic standards of body and beauty is to get talking about the common themes found in media images of women. We must encourage women and men, girls and boys to think critically about the images they see every day instead of passively accepting them.
Check out the photos & questions on the LOVE Your BODY NOW website that can help spark interesting group discussions about the influence these images have on women’s self-esteem, their sexuality, even their role in society. Feel free to use these suggestions, customize them, or come up with ideas of your own. Read more…
The Art of the Brick by Nathan Sawaya
Nathan’s Reflection:
“Love lives forever. It outlives youth and a flat stomach and a full head of hair. And that’s what makes it beautiful.”
Learn more about THE ART OF THE BRICK exhibition at the ARTSCIENCE Museum, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

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