Days later Rachel, Ricardo, and Gabrielle stood before the terrace of a Victorian mansion. They were enticed by the Continue reading
The sky was gray, as usual, over the fields of Cheshire in Northern England. On the graveyard of Bowdon and Continue reading
We had built an entire new world Out of her loneliness and mine We believed we had found the joy Continue reading
Pink-stained clouds hindered the sun over the rooftops of the mansions of Altrincham, on the outskirts of Manchester. A black Continue reading
From a rational point of view, any discussion on God’s existence is absurd. Any negative statement implies an affirmation. This line of thought conforms the dialectic of Hegel, who, as all the philosophers of German Idealism, was likewise inspired by Heraclitus’ fragments: life, as a flow, is a struggle of oppositions: mortality contains immortality.
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In this election I lost several friends; my stance against peace agreements manipulated for the benefit of the rise Continue reading
After years of reflection I’ve come to terms with Indian views on society. They are quite different from the West. Continue reading