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Conscious activism means showing support for a cause while separating the ego. The ego, most of the time, can be very judgemental and prejudiced in our actions. We can make this separation through reading or listening to conscious or Spiritual teachings and having meditation or prayer practice. We should show support for causes from a place of love and understanding.
We at Consciousbuzz consciously choose not to support discrimination of any kind either based on race, colour, gender, religion, class etc. We are all versions of one consciousness and by you purchasing this collection you openly stand with us in solidarity with everyone that has been discriminated against.
“Hatred does not cease through hatred at any time. Hatred ceases through love. This is an unalterable law.” ~ Buddha
“Love the Lord your God (in you) with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like, it: ‘Love your neighbour as yourself.’” ~ Christ
Leonardo’s Last Supper (ca. 1495-98) in the refectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan, was commissioned by his patrons Duke Ludovico Sforza and Beatrice d’Este. The painting represents a scene from the Gospel of John, chapter 13, verse 21, when Jesus announces that one of his Twelve Apostles will betray him. Unlike some earlier depictions of the Last Supper, Leonardo does not give all the apostles halos with the exception of Judas but instead casts Judas’ face into shadow to distinguish him from his fellow Apostles.
The Last Supper was executed not in traditional fresco, but in tempera and oil paint on a dry wall. The original has deteriorated very badly as a result of this experimental technique and the dampness of the wall on which it is painted. This early copy, possibly painted around 1520, or even as early as 1515 is almost the same size as the original but lacks the top third of Leonardo’s composition. It does however shows details that are not now visible in the original, such as the salt-cellar overturned by the right arm of Judas and the feet of Jesus which were lost when another door was inserted in the refectory wall.
Historically the work was attributed to Marco d’Oggiono (c.1467-1524) and this was the artist named linked to the copy when the Royal Academy bought the painting. More recently it has been attributed to Giampietrino, a pupil of Leonardo although there is also the suggestion that Giovanni Antonio Boltraffio (1467-1516) may have worked on this copy as well.
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• 100% organic ring-spun cotton
• Fabric weight: 5.3 oz/yd² (180 g/m²)
• Single jersey
• Medium fit
• Set-in sleeves
• 1 × 1 rib at collar
• Wide double-needle top stitch on the sleeves and bottom hems
• Self-fabric neck tape (inside, back of the neck)