Life, as we know it, came almost to a full stop. Financial worries aside, this forced time at home is exactly what we need. Here is why.
As our numbers continue to grow, the frequency of flu pandemics also increase. Nature is only trying to say something. Will we listen this time?
Embrace the whole universe as it is and don’t let your mind attempt to interfere. Read Marukami if you want more down to earth ways to say the same. End of story.
Moving home seems to be the malady of the contemporary humans. But for how much longer?
Eric Fromm already busted the fallacy of love equals passion, less than a hundred years ago. Yet, we mixed up these two concepts, over and over again. Perhaps we should read a little more, mijo.
Christiansted harbor at dusk, Christiansted, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands (2019) (Versión en castellano, abajo) Humans possess the unique ability … More
Kindness goes underrated these days and, worst part, we frequently mistake it with politeness.
In God, we trust! Or so we want to believe. In reality, modern civilization is imbued in paranoid distrust.
Aphrodite invites us to embrace, in full madness, the short-lived effervescence of sexual passion.
As it happens, one balmy night in October 2018, the Dodgers reminded us -if only briefly- of Americans’ fascination for underdogs stories.