the artful dodger


after years of living internationally in places like india, singapore, puerto rico, and brazil; leading seminars on human rights, social justice and environmental issues; coordinating international baccalaureate creativity, action and service projects; teaching a meta-cognition course called ‘the theory of knowledge’; coaching ultimate frisbee; leading trips... all the while preaching >>> ‘follow your passion’.



it’s time to model this philosophy with yet another (re)incarnation.



this blog will be an attempt at chronicling the adventures of a gypsy educator artist (me) based out of dallas, texas, currently teaching full time at the new IMAGINE INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF NORTH TEXAS. and, by design, there just may be commentary about sustainability, accountability, authenticity and most importantly, BEAUTY.



thank you for your time, interest, support, bandwidth, love...



blessed travels,

bryan vidrohi plymale ‘bdro’

Daniela, Isabel and Bryan
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The ART (and JOY) of… the GOLF CART: USA ULTIMATE #NATIONALSTX  (at Toyota Soccer Center)

The ART (and JOY) of… the GOLF CART: USA ULTIMATE #NATIONALSTX (at Toyota Soccer Center)

Tagged: nationalstx

The Declaration of Personal Power →

brendonburchard:

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*The Declaration of Personal Power” is the opening chapter of Brendon Burchard’s new book THE MOTIVATION MANIFESTO. The full chapter is excerpted below.

THE DECLARATION OF PERSONAL POWER

There comes a time in the lives of those destined for greatness when we must stand before the…

the art of… the mirror of meaning

There comes a time in the lives of those destined for greatness when we must stand before the mirror of meaning 

Tagged: mirrormeaningmanifesto

The Art of... Home Maintanence: "Maquina Sopladora" →

positivelypersistentteach:

micdotcom:

Student expertly photobombs anti-gay rally with accurate sign

Now this is how you photobomb. 

Twenty-two-year-old Justin Anderson, a straight, Mormon student at the LDS Business College in Salt Lake City, recently attended a “traditional marriage” rally at Utah’s state capitol building in protest of marriage equality, reports BuzzFeed. Currently, Utah’s same-sex marriage ban is pending before a federal appeals court, with federal precedent indicating that the ban will be overturned.

The Mormon-led community that congregated in the capitol’s rotunda on Sept. 18 demanded that the ban remain in place in order to save and protect children, and held placards reading “Marriage means a mother and a father for every child,” “A states’ rights issue” and “Traditional marriage blesses children.” Anderson, who attended the rally because he wants to be “on the right side of history,” was not exactly embraced by the other protesters.

"Take your gay agenda and burn in hell" | Follow micdotcom 

Bravo, Sir. Bravo.

The Art of… the socially conscious photobomb

Tagged: inalienable rights

Source: micdotcom

El ARTE de… las Flamenquitas (at Klyde Warren Park)

El ARTE de… las Flamenquitas (at Klyde Warren Park)

The art of… #himalaya

The art of… #himalaya

Tagged: himalaya

earthlynation:

Treble (by Ihateseaworld)

the art of… freedom

earthlynation:

Treble (by Ihateseaworld)

the art of… freedom

Source: Flickr / laura-hansen

Happy International Day of Peace (at quarum park addison)

Happy International Day of Peace (at quarum park addison)

Aga Khan Foundation Partnership Walk (at Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas)

Aga Khan Foundation Partnership Walk (at Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas)

#boycottNFL #FireGoodell →

angiemdoctor:

“Football can be a beautiful sport to watch, a game of skill in which extraordinarily talented men do incredible things with their bodies. It is a game that, yes, requires and rewards a certain level of aggression. But the best players are the ones who unleash their aggression at the right times,…

Time to say goodbye to the NFL