Posted by Sebastian Simon Lifschitz at 3:54 PM
Sebastian Simon's vegan cake
2 dl coconut flour
2 dl graham flour
2 dl rye flour
1 tb cinammon
150 g datepaste
20 g dried blueberries
2 dl soy chocolate milk
1 dl soy milk
1 tb baking soda
1 grated carrot
Mix all ingredients together - these are not completely exact measurements.
Experiment until you have a pasty dough, and shape it on a baking tin.
Bake it until you can complete the fork-test. Enjoy!
Posted by Sebastian Simon Lifschitz at 3:22 PM
The pictures are by Desiree Dolron. I found this photographer's work to be so moving, questioning our whole perception of moral and ethics in cultures and traditions, with beautiful scenes and details.
The pictures from my photoshoot in Cph. came today, they turned out great, can't wait to share them!
Posted by Sebastian Simon Lifschitz at 2:18 PM
How can I feel complete, when I forever am a being in process?
I've been watching movies, making loads of good food, and drinking tea this weekend. This tea from Pukka is sooo crazy! The taste is soo fantastic, and my skin becomes so radient after drinking it! I've been thinking alot about us humans as being silly creatures constantly 'under construction'. It is a crazy thought, but are we at all in any point of our lives complete? As in finished with progress, and utterly satisfied? I've also been thinking about the power of influence, and how stupidly powerless we are towards it. If we are constructed by influence, how much of us is then really ourselves? Maybe this unity is the power of beauty and justice, maybe we are all just one big organ, but containing lost souls who can't realize it.
Posted by Sebastian Simon Lifschitz at 11:18 AM
when there are no shades to notice
do you then see me as a cold statue?
when the colour of my soul is primary
but my face is a contrast
is your impression then that I'm confusing?
when I'm me without my features
do you then see me as someone else?
when I feel like a big contradiction
but I look like I'm confident
am I then unimportant in your eyes?
Posted by Sebastian Simon Lifschitz at 3:21 PM