illustration of Pawel Kuczynski The donkey (mule) is often present in the common imagination for pumping water from a well. So this animal represents the water cycle and thus the life cycle. But sometimes man manages to corrupt even animals to generate a cycle of death ..
What is summer? The peak of the season, of a year, of a life cycle. A period in which you dream that the holiday is eternal, or rather that the sweet rest is supported by a negligible effort. The Elysian fields are the islands of the Mediterranean, dominated by the sun, whose heat is tender … Continue reading The Weight of summer
Illustration by Pawel Kuczynski The yachts of VIPs are the dream of many .. especially when we see them in the summer holidays arousing many envy ... But sometimes we do not realize that their size often borders on that of the surrounding nature. And so their yachts often become small compared to the sea, … Continue reading The greatness of VIPs and their yachts
Often a book that we find interesting on paper could turn out to be a disappointment. Instead, a seemingly banal book could turn out to be our life motto. We often look for books that can open our minds, change us to make us develop in our own life ... often this is true not … Continue reading Not all books lead us to our summit …
The day of thanksgiving began, as every year, with the parade in Manhattan with balloons of various parsonages, including snoopy in an astronaut version. High winds have been blowing through New York City, and the balloons generally aren't supposed to be flown when sustained winds exceed 23 mph and gusts exceed 34 mph, according to … Continue reading Thanksgiving Day
"I have no particular talents, I am only passionately curious" said Albert Einstein. Surely curiosity is a great resource, which has allowed scientists like Eistein to become one of the greatest geniuses in history. Other people instead, like San Pio da Pietrelcina, considered curiosity one of the fundamental evils of earthly life because it was … Continue reading Curiosity is the greatest rejection of man, but also the greatest perdition ..