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What is coincidence? A coincidence is a remarkable concurrence of events or circumstances that have no apparent causal connection with one another. The perception of remarkable coincidences may lead to supernatural, occult, or paranormal claims. Or it may lead to belief in fatalism, which is a doctrine that events will happen in the exact manner of a predetermined plan. From a statistical perspective, coincidences are inevitable and often less remarkable than they may appear intuitively.
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Doorbells 2013 I remember there was a night in 2013 where I photographed the doorbell of every friend that was living in The Hague at that time. While taking the picture most of them were at home that night.
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The world existed before I was born, the world will exist after I die.
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Average life span animals in human years Bat 24 years Bear 40 years Beaver 20 years Sheep 15 years Tiger 22 years Rabbit 9 years Pigeon 11 years Mouse 4 years Grizzly bear 32 years Goat 15 years Donkey 45 years Crocodile 45 years Hippopotamus 45 years Giant Tortoise 152 years Horse 40 years Fox 14 years Chipmunk 12 years Swan 10-12 years Ox 20 years Parrot 80 years Seal 20 years Wolf 18 years Squirrel 16 years Mouse 4 years Kangaroo 9 years Polar bear 20 years Lion 35 years Leopard 17 years Lobster 15 years Ant (Worker) half year Galapagos Land Tortoise 193 years Alligator 68 years Gorilla 20 years Chimpanzee 40 years
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You see it. Or you don't see it.
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Likes, by telephone eyes Views, by telephone eyes
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Lazy activist, but most important, as you can see, an activist!
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Focus can be the disease itself
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Buiten spelen zou een vak op school moeten zijn. - Johan Cruijff
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Can't wait till ego sickness will be seen as an official disease. Guess I have to wait some decades for this moment.
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A doctor who was consulted in an effort to help Dolly overcome her drinking problem suggested a scheme to Sloan: he was to start a diary in which he would include his fondest thoughts of her, with the expectation that she would surreptitiously read it and be freed of her disabling fear that Sloan would leave her. Spanning the period from 1906 to early 1913, the diary soon grew beyond its initial purpose, and its publication in 1965 supplied researchers with a detailed chronicle of Sloan’s activities and interests and a portrait of the pre-war art world. His students respected him for his practical knowledge and integrity, but feared his caustic tongue; as a well-known painter who had nonetheless sold very few paintings, he advised his students, “I have nothing to teach you that will help you to make a living.” He disdained careerism among artists and urged his pupils to find joy in the creative process alone.
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I wish I had ten more lives
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