Let’s talk about money, for a second. I was reading this story last night about a man called Daniel Suelo who apparently has been living moneyless for about 12 years. While reading this interview, it really got me thinking about a lot of things. It also put some facets of life in perspective and found […]Read more "Zero Money"
Returning from London felt like crossing over between worlds. On one side, I found myself in a completely different reality from what I’m used to usually. On the other side, now that I’m back in Milan (or rather in the suburbs), it feels a bit strange being here in front of my desktop station. Like […]Read more "The Masks of London"
So, this will be my 20th post here and I want to write with a freely creative attitude. Waking up today, I heard the news of how there was a terrible earthquake in Central Italy (my home nation). It’s reminiscent of what happened at l’Aquila a few years ago. In situations like these, how can […]Read more "Family, Humanity and Spirituality"
Is the title of a psychedelic trance song by a group called Astral Projection. It’s also a fairly common saying in religious groups, pop-psychology and all the lovely fluffy duffy stuff out there. I literally feel like I went through Hell for the past few days or so. Yesterday, I wrote this post about Health […]Read more "Let there be Light"
One of my favorite quotes of all time, which I know by heart (also considering that it’s short and sweet) is the following: “The first wealth is health.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson And yet, isn’t it ironic how there’s just a staggering amount of people who slave away, work so hard, to the detriment of […]Read more "Health and Illness"
So every now and then, I find myself just squibbling down some words which end up forming the pattern or framework of poetry. Maybe it’s therapeutic and/or perhaps there’s just a need from deep within to let something out. In any case, here are some poems that I’ve written, at one point or another during […]Read more "A Collection of Poetry"
What’s the point of life? Maybe it’s too much to ask this, when what we’re really after is a sense of belonging and feeling fulfilled. There are so many different paths that it can seem daunting at times. In the past weekend or so, I spent some time visiting Nice and Monaco in France, mainly […]Read more "Life, Death and France"