In the mid 80’s, I stumbled upon the “Rubayaits” by Omar Khayyam, a poet who lived in the 12th century Persia. These poems are not about love but they do speak of the transience of things – just what young passionate lovers need to hear. Thirty years later (and a waning passion), this little reading gem still rings true to me.
Your victories are our victories!. But make no mistakes: we don’t take your victories -or your defeats- too seriously.
Sundown at “El Camellón”, Santa Marta, Colombia (1993) (English version follows below) Mientras transito por la iconica “Sunset Boulevard” de … More
“I love bald men. Just because you’ve lost your fuzz, don’t mean you ain’t a peach!” [Dolly Parton]
Family unity among my cousins continues, a sense of nostalgia keeps growing and the joking around does not stop. My cousins are a living example of “the more, the merrier”!
A small action can go a long way. My grandpa taught me about savings and the power of delayed gratification.
I certainly was very lucky to access the best education a little guy could dream of, in Caracas, Venezuela, back in the mid 60’s.
During the course of a lifetime, a man or a woman assumes several different roles. Yet, I have still to know a person more versatile than my own dad in this regard. Here I briefly discuss his Economist persona.
Gran Café de Sabana Grande, Caracas, Venezuela (October, 1991) (English text follows) Dígame usted: cuándo fué la última vez que … More
Gran Café, Caracas, Venezuela (October 1991) (English version follows below). Este es el primer “selfie”exitoso del cual yo tenga record. … More