The (innate) way of relating … in step with the times

Ilustration of Pawel Kucynski Currently, just a few years old children learn to relate to tablets and smartphones. When I was a child this was unimaginable. But that's not a good thing. Probably today's children no longer know how to relate, and they know how to put their own face into play. Obviously it almost … Continue reading The (innate) way of relating … in step with the times

Photo of Snowfall (13th February) – Campobasso [Italy]

The disturbance from Russia is crossing a large part of the Italian peninsula. And in Campobasso this morning it snowed, whitening and snowing the streets of the city. It is now increasingly rare to see a snowfall, while until the last decade snowfalls were very common in winter, Walking around the city was a quite … Continue reading Photo of Snowfall (13th February) – Campobasso [Italy]

the most anomalous Thanksgiving day of the last decades …

In the era of the covid, or rather in the year of the covid, because it now seems that next year the vaccine will be distributed to everyone (or almost), thanksgiving day seems very different from that of previous years. Although I live in Italy, and I am quite distant from the American tradition of … Continue reading the most anomalous Thanksgiving day of the last decades …