I danced the night ferociously before I couldn’t learn to walk. I heard all winds wanting to talk but ignored them atrociously. I cut them all with fearful sword and showed my ridiculous mask which was for me an easy task blind as I was dancing aboard a ship of horror to instill my ugly… Continue reading I Danced The Night Ferociously
Wrapped in orange dress of hope is the dance. Fluttering veil seals renewed serene bliss. Fans turn in the air tasting this new flair of hope tied in rope, invisible thread that beats with the heart. Bathing in moonlight of newly found joy I danced my hope with a fluttering veil and turned my fans… Continue reading Dance Of Hope
“I had to leave Spain to avoid jail because the powerful people resent what I do with a microphone. Fortunately, my weapon fits in my suitcase and I can trouble those people from the last corner with oxygen in the world.” (rough English translation from words spoken by Valtònyc, exiled rapper)
I heard this lady called Erica Chenoweth talked at TEDxBoulder eloquence of speech displays most brilliant research non-violence succeeds only five per cent can change a situation ever thought of that? she even ventures a much smaller percentage let’s listen to her please watch the video from minute 3:25 to 6:25 with minimum watch a… Continue reading Non-Violence Succeeds
I have just come across this video that I find very interesting to watch: And my personal opinion is: I think the key should be trying to reach balance between these moments we need to spend alone reflecting on life. which leads to writing (also reading– love that!–, reading and writing feed each other), and… Continue reading Why So Many People Want To Be Writers
Catalonia’s new president announces: today’s the end of article 155 which allowed Spain’s government direct rule of all Catalan institutions. After the dire fall of Mariano Rajoy with his entire government drowned in the depths of the worst corruption a new political period emerges. I do not know if article 155 will definitely disappear or… Continue reading 155: Coincidence Or Not?