It is autumn again in Rio, and he says it is the best time to be in this city. And this is the season when everything reminds me of him, when I avoid certain places, cause my heart sinks in my chest, drowning in saudade, like a Portuguese sailor trying to cross the Cape of … Continue reading Ai, saudade, dor que dói demais. Pain that hurts so deeply.
When I was a child I heard boys saying that men were better than women because there were no women warriors, politicians, writers or scientists, that women were intellectually inferior than men, and that intelligent girls were necessarily less feminine than others. That view was supported by other women, like my mother, who said that … Continue reading For those yet to come, we fight.
David Haller can´t tell what is real and what is not real. David Haller was diagnosed as someone who suffers from psychotic events, although the term schizophrenia is seldom used. I am not sure whether or not they shy from the term because they fear law suits from patients support groups, or because psychosis is … Continue reading Legion season 01 – better read the DSM…
For thousands of years humans gathered to watch other humans being slaughtered. People watched as other human beings were slaughtered in the honour of gods, and that was part of their Faith, they condoned those killings and sometimes provided their own children to the sacrifice as evidence in Inca excavation sites suggest. People gathered to … Continue reading The observer of spheres and screens
The world is so messed up, people are so hell bent on killing each other for many different reasons, that it makes sense to try and do some good, if only the sake of goodness. That goodness may be called faith in God, or in loyalty, science, or one might simply be tired of the … Continue reading Hacksaw Ridge. Thank you, sir.