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Tying up the loose ends

Here we are: another year went by in the blink of an eye, and December is upon us once more!
At this point, it’s easy to go into panic mode over any project we might have fallen behind with. Tasks, goals, resolutions…sometimes they tend to pile up and haunt us even while we sleep! Let’s try to keep in mind that December should always be about reflecting on what we learned for the past 11 months; and appreciating the blessings in our lives.

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A Week in History

November 20th of 2014 was quite a day. History was made in many parts of the world – remarkably in the USA and in Mexico.
I think it’s thrilling and moving to live in these times; when people are using all the tools at their disposal to propel change and create awareness. The mega march in Mexico City (with similar marches taking place in many other cities of the country; as well as in many other countries all over the world) was an incredibly powerful manifestation of awareness. The attitude of most Mexicans at this crucial moment in history is inspiring, and shows us that when apathy is replaced by positive action, there’s nothing that can stop the waves of positive change.

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The cycle of Beauty and Peace

Beauty has two aspects: the physical, and the spiritual. In today’s world, we tend to mistake an aesthetically pleasant shape with real and meaningful beauty. Of course, there is nothing wrong with pleasurable aesthetics – as long as they feed our spirits and intellects. This is what the most popular, ‘mainstream’ current notions of beauty get wrong.

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On Apathy

It is so usual, and so easy, to be discouraged by the attitude of others. Whether it’s another individual’s opinions, or those of the majority; it can be frustrating to either accept or try to modify what most people believe to be right.

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The Purpose of Death

Day of the Dead is one of the most beautiful celebrations in Mexico, and it is certainly the most poignant and spiritual. To witness the care, love, patience and commitment most Mexicans have with their long-gone ancestors never ceases to amaze me. It is certainly so unique and moving; and we are blessed to have the opportunity to witness it and/or even take part in it.

Read More »

Tying up the loose ends

Here we are: another year went by in the blink of an eye, and December is upon us once more!
At this point, it’s easy to go into panic mode over any project we might have fallen behind with. Tasks, goals, resolutions…sometimes they tend to pile up and haunt us even while we sleep! Let’s try to keep in mind that December should always be about reflecting on what we learned for the past 11 months; and appreciating the blessings in our lives.

Read More »

A Week in History

November 20th of 2014 was quite a day. History was made in many parts of the world – remarkably in the USA and in Mexico.
I think it’s thrilling and moving to live in these times; when people are using all the tools at their disposal to propel change and create awareness. The mega march in Mexico City (with similar marches taking place in many other cities of the country; as well as in many other countries all over the world) was an incredibly powerful manifestation of awareness. The attitude of most Mexicans at this crucial moment in history is inspiring, and shows us that when apathy is replaced by positive action, there’s nothing that can stop the waves of positive change.

Read More »

The cycle of Beauty and Peace

Beauty has two aspects: the physical, and the spiritual. In today’s world, we tend to mistake an aesthetically pleasant shape with real and meaningful beauty. Of course, there is nothing wrong with pleasurable aesthetics – as long as they feed our spirits and intellects. This is what the most popular, ‘mainstream’ current notions of beauty get wrong.

Read More »

On Apathy

It is so usual, and so easy, to be discouraged by the attitude of others. Whether it’s another individual’s opinions, or those of the majority; it can be frustrating to either accept or try to modify what most people believe to be right.

Read More »

The Purpose of Death

Day of the Dead is one of the most beautiful celebrations in Mexico, and it is certainly the most poignant and spiritual. To witness the care, love, patience and commitment most Mexicans have with their long-gone ancestors never ceases to amaze me. It is certainly so unique and moving; and we are blessed to have the opportunity to witness it and/or even take part in it.

Read More »

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