Posts in category "Education"

The Crabby

The Crabby
Two days ago I had to run – with little time to do so – to the grocery store to buy a single item that I needed at the moment. I got off the car holding only my car keys and my credit card, to reduce weight and time, in the belief that the lightness... Read more »

Listening is giving

Listening is giving
I do not exactly know if it’s a product of my imagination or a perspective temporarily invaded of emotions that will change later, but I have the painful feeling that society as a whole – with its always good exceptions – is losing its hearing. I believe we’re just becoming deaf by leaps and bounds... Read more »

My new diet

My new diet
For over two decades I have done more than 30 different diets,  consumed and applied on my body, all sorts of potions, ointments, home remedies, teas, spices, soaps, lotions, food supplements and everything that claims to reduce weight and sizes. Though not my degree, in the practice of many years, I have become an accountant:... Read more »
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The pleasure of aging

The pleasure of aging
When I turned 30 I felt a terrible nostalgia for leaving behind and forever, the well-known twenties and going fully and without permission, to the feared thirties… I was ordinarily involved in the trivial thought  that when entering to the decade that begins with 3 I would start becoming old, because only 10 years later... Read more »

Less INTERnet, more INNER silence

Less INTERnet, more INNER silence
While I was hastily typing the keyboard of my computer, tirelessly surfing the internet, a rare feeling invaded my body, a kind of deep silence made me only hear the beating of my heart: there he was, my wonderful 10 month old son, who minutes before was crawling across the floor of the room where... Read more »

Life in a Smart Phone

Life in a Smart Phone
While returning from a pleasure trip to Mexico, my cell phone was taken out of  my luggage at the airport… nothing else was missing , except the device, with its corresponding battery charger. The incident was sour, no doubt, but it is not that what it matters this time. What worries me is that I... Read more »
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Beyond New Year's resolutions

Beyond New Year's resolutions
In this New Year’s season, most of us make new and generally good resolutions: learning a language, signing up in the gym and practicing some sport, starting a diet or spending more time on truly important, rather than urgent ones, along with another list of good intentions that begin with “being more …” and ”... Read more »

Forgiveness: infallible medicine

Forgiveness: infallible medicine
A couple of days ago I had the pleasure of celebrating, along with nine other women, the closure of a program that – like everything in life if we open our arms to receive the best of it – came at the right time: it was about eleven modules focused on forgiveness and reconciliation. It... Read more »

Elections with literacy

Elections with literacy
Yesterday was election day in this country, which has hosted me for over a year and in which I am a resident with a working visa,      not a citizen; that is why I cannot vote … And to be honest, I’m happy for now about it, since even though I could have done... Read more »
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