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George Mink

"To continue selling commissioned artwork and to illustrate comic books of my own as well as for Hasbro and/or Takara or preferably, HASBRO SINGAPORE"

Philadelphia, PA, USA
male, age 38
Joined Sep 14, 2014

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Joined Sep 14, 2014 Activist Aspirations Rabid 
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Hometown Philadelphia, PA 
Birthday Aug 27, 1980  
About Me An artist unique unto myself. A good man, with high moral standards, selfless, always willing to help others while others still, step over the unconscious/dying body. A traveller, explorer and researcher.
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Activist Aspirations Rabid
Political Leaning Depends
Wild Fact About Me I'm a single male, yet women can't seem to stop themselves from confiding their secrets with me.
My Philosophy Due to above fact, I feel it is my responsibility to assist all people in any sort of need
What Gives Me Hope The fact that I have people resonding to my artwork from dozens of countries from all four corners of the globe.
If I were Mayor, I'd make the world a better place by Total paradigm shift. Everyone must be a polyglot
What/who changed my life and why Brave New World Revisited by Aldous Huxley and Between Two Ages by Zbigniew Brzezinski.
Missing 411 by David Paulides
Quotation Our contemporary Western society, in spite of its material, intellectual and political progress, is in­creasingly less conducive to mental health, and tends to undermine the inner security, happiness, reason and the capacity for love in the individual; it tends to turn him into an automaton who pays for his human failure with increasing mental sickness, and with despair hidden under a frantic drive for work and so-called pleasure.
Our "increasing mental sickness" may find expres­sion in neurotic symptoms. These symptoms are con­spicuous and extremely distressing. But "let us beware," says Dr. Fromm, "of defining mental hygiene as the prevention of symptoms. Symptoms as such are not our enemy, but our friend; where there are symp­toms there is conflict, and conflict always indicates that the forces of life which strive for integration and happiness are still fighting." The really hopeless victims of mental illness are to be found among those who appear to be most normal. "Many of them are normal because they are so well adjusted to our mode of existence, because their human voice has been si­lenced so early in their lives, that they do not even struggle or suffer or develop symptoms as the neurotic does." They are normal not in what may be called the absolute sense of the word; they are normal only in relation to a profoundly abnormal society. Their per­fect adjustment to that abnormal society is a measure of their mental sickness. These millions of abnormally normal people, living without fuss in a society to which, if they were fully human beings, they ought not to be adjusted, still cherish "the illusion of indi­viduality," but in fact they have been to a great extent deindividualized. Their conformity is developing into something like uniformity. But "uniformity and free­dom are incompatible. Uniformity and mental health are incompatible too. . . . Man is not made to be an automaton, and if he becomes one, the basis for mental health is destroyed."--Erich Fromm and Alduos Huxley
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