Tag Archive: World Today

Happy Forever Now!

A New Year. According to the Gregorian calendar a year is made up by 365.242199 days but sometimes, due to a mismatch with astronomical events, time needs to take a leap to re-synchronize… Continue reading

What if I get to choose?

A friend tells me my hopes are too high. Not that I should “settle” or anything…but that, well, maybe my future husband won’t both be a great cook and musician. We laugh of… Continue reading

Improve or Enjoy?

If the world were merely seductive, that would be easy. If it were merely challenging, that would be no problem. But I arise in the morning torn between a desire to improve the… Continue reading


Ain’t life a puzzle? A thought of a different future is drawing near… and I am fighting old patterns. In ten years expectations of me will be different. The world will be different… Continue reading

Rich, connected and loved

In case you didn’t know, you couldn’t tell, or you haven’t heard, if you’re reading this right now on a computer, you’re rich. If you have somewhere to go today, you’re connected. And… Continue reading

World, hold on

It is Friday night and I am sipping on the last glass of the lovely fresh white wine that mom and I shared for dinner, with our Halibut in cognac and mushroom cream… Continue reading

All men are created equal

Now, I say to you today my friends, even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream.… Continue reading

What do you (really) do?

I never know what to answer when people ask where I live. Or what I do. It seems people have a hard time to grapple me. Probably because the explanations are too difficult… Continue reading


A friend of mine told me the other day how much she enjoys reading my blog. I was of course, happy to hear that and perhaps a little moved by her compliments. I… Continue reading

What we are capable of doing

The difference between what we do, and what we are capable of doing would solve most of the world’s problems. Mahatma Gandhi