My love affair with books started when I was thirty-two. I did not realize I had severe dyslexia. This genetic brain challenge happens when the Right (creative) and left (logical) sides of my brain are balanced with only one highway […]
Much is written and spoken about artificial intelligence, AI for short, and opinions are divided. Influenced by the discussion that has been going on for centuries as to whether progress is always right or whether the machines and technology will […]
I hear voices stating that art cannot change anything and other voices responding that technique helps alter human beings. I read phrases like “surely that’s art…” and cynical comments like “art, art… what’s art?…”
Anyone who enters “Tour Guide” in the registration form at the hotel reception when checking in and even spends the night in about 100 hotels a year can tell a lot. Yes, dear readers, I have long thought about whether […]
The word “responsibility” has so many meanings, definitions and interpretations. In its basic form, the word means having a duty or obligation to do something. The word can be used in the context of identifying jobs, tasks or specific actions […]
Humanoids tools to prolong a way of life: a kind of eternal memory.
Characteristically and behaviorally, each generation share similarities while each has its own uniqueness. Specific defining traits of a generation are often the result of the world as it exists at that time. Factors like war, environment, technology, government, economy, health […]
I am a lover of science fiction in its different formats, the trans meditation of content currently provides a myriad of options for those of us who enjoy it; a literary work, a comic, a television series, a film, a […]
One day, the radio arrived. They soon imagined that it would replace the theater. When television emerged, many decreed the end of the radio. And cable television would seal the end of the cinema. When I was young, I saw […]
I breathe deeply, profoundly and look back. I rarely turn around and watch.
It’s called because when the transfusions started, the children were seen to stop bleeding.
Foresight has always preoccupied us. Our thinking ahead invariably implies a life full of “simplifications”. Admittedly, we would like to give up more and more responsibility. Driving a car without thinking – buying food and exercising without running.
Published in 1818, Mary W. Shelley actually created her “Frankenstein” as early as 1816. On Lake Geneva, where she spent the summer together with her lover and Lord Byron in a year that went down in history as a “year […]
Midlife crisis. To strip off the old ego – to leave behind the routine and to return as another – a new human being: More sensitive. More understanding. Calmer and more relaxed. More concentrated. Insightful. If possible without medication and […]
Life is a conscious decomposition of man and his body. Breathing, seeing, feeling and storing events and circumstances in what we call memory, from the biological point of view, which claims that life is the gift of being born, growing, […]
One cannot say “Goodbye without first saying Hello. These two words are one of the most valuable promise of being with someone to care about, to be friends with and not be alone in this confusing world of ours. Most […]
No matter how prevalent special circumstances may arise, the topic appears so often in our everyday life that almost every remark in this context has become superfluous.
Saying goodbye means seeing yourself again, therefore these two phrases in German and Spanish. Although in German God or the phrase Lord, is used to greeting someone, in Spanish you do the same to say goodbye to someone.