Category: Literature

Seeing Patterns

When you are obsessive-compulsive, you tend to put everything in order, you aim perfection and efficiency, until everything crumbles into chaos and disease. You start by controlling everything and in the end the control is getting you and you go…

Oblívio

Tua presença drena de mim toda a vida, e a dificuldade de livrar-me de ti é enlouquecedora. Percebo que tenho uma grande importância para ti, não como pessoa, como instrumento, como caminho. E como caminho tu pisas em mim diariamente, tentando…

The Most Important Resource

What is the most important resource of today’s world? Is it oil? Is it information? Is it a huge population/workforce? Is it innovation? Is it talent? Is it money well spent, well invested or well saved for difficult times? What makes a country or a…

Confronting Anxiety

What is the best strategy when dealing with anxiety? To try to decrease this emotion when it becomes too strong and puts in danger our well-being? Or to do something else? I invite you to meditate about this! First, it’s better to know the subject.…

Back Home

I was always fascinated by this idea found in some spiritual traditions that there isn’t only one lifetime available but rather several existences, one following the next one or – why not? – two or more simultaneous lifetimes in several dimensions…

I Make a Case for Writing My Blog on Vivaldi

I just read a book by Glenn Reynolds, "The Social Media Upheaveal". He says that we are deep reading less, and learning from headlines more. He also says that many of us share on social media articles that we have not read, more so share by the…

The Simple Things Are Profound

I spend much time reading blog posts and, more often than not, many bloggers seem to try to be profound rather than just being themselves. …