When we reflect, by being fair to ourselves, we can change lives for good. Starting with our own. Writing was, and still is, my way if get in touch with my inner strength; to discover my value and that tremendous willing to make a change.
The more power we give to inner talks and external human behavior, the more we grow and the more we understand. And, as e get to understand, we can take a stand for good causes.
We're talking about real life here. No fairy-tales and no made up words! Things that can't be hidden under the rug. Things that happen all over the globe. Things that are meant to open our eyes and bring us together for a fair change! Continue reading
A new year just began, therefore so many opportunities to meet... so many changes to embrace... So many new lessons to welcome... So many hopes to raise to the sky... And so many dreams to touch with the power of my mind! Continue reading
We search for wealth and we search within... We're advocates of environment or destroy it with bare hands... We write, we sing, we build, we dance; we swim, we cook, we sew, we work the land... We help and watch pain passing by behind our eyes; we give freely and we expect reward. We judge and we accept.. Continue reading
Some may criticise my view, yet I will accept that. We all have our beliefs, we inherit them or build them over time. I choose to accept the inheritance, yet move on and adjust it with my own-built views. Continue reading
Inspired by Chinedu Ihekwoaba
There’s nothing here. Yet so much to find. Just open your eyes, your mind, your heart.… Continue reading
My first, ever published, poem... Continue reading
We wake up each morning, rush to the office, forget to display that healthy smile, surrendering - instead - to the cold comfort of oblivion. Oblivion towards the wonders of life, towards what we enjoy the most, a complete acceptance of automatism. At a quick glance, must of us are grumpy, craving for that energy-bosting giant cup of coffee. Continue reading
I have a neighbour. We barely ever talked more than a polite "Good day to you" to which he always replies: "May you be loved!" I always saw in him a good man, greeting everyone with this amazing formula. This fact always sent me the vibe of kindness. Continue reading
You see, people - times and often - judge teachers. Why? Because they might be raising their voices to cover the noise of 20 or more kids, because they straighten up their kids' behavior and, sometimes, not in the kindest way; because they want to communicate with the parent about their child's not-that-fine way of being in the community. Stop! Rules? Hmm... But that's another topic. Continue reading
By the time I'm writing this, I'm heading to work, so things can happen with each and every breath I take. But here it goes... Continue reading