Category: Opinion

A Dignity Money Check

There is money enough for this. It is possible to give a check to each citizen with the necessary amount to survive with dignity. The Gross Domestic Product of my country is […]

Feeling American

The first time I felt to be an American was in September 11, 2001. Wednesday was the second. I am not one but in both days I was injured as (decent) Americans […]

2021

Vaccines. Covid out? Trump out! Masks, still. No gatherings, yet. Poverty and unemployment to be continued. Keeping on screwing the environment. Wars. Terrorism. Putin & Pals. Thugs as usual. Full speed China. […]

Going Mental

Despair is a bitch. Comparing reasons for despair is torture. The horizon of normality disappears under the blizzard of anxiety. Loneliness becomes huge to the point of we getting apart from ourselves. […]

Wisdom Of The Subconscious

Our subconscious mind makes everything to assure our survival and to alert us when we’re on the edge. No matter our efforts to comply with obligations and commitments we take as correct, […]

Pandeconomics

People are dying. People are fired. People are broke. People are numbers. The first sentence refers to the pandemic. The other three are day-to-day economics, now stressed by the first one. I […]

Pharmaceuticals

The speed on the making of the Covid 19 vaccines is an extraordinary achievement, both scientifically and bureaucratically. Testing and validation were outstandingly quick and allegedly without short cuts. This event gives […]

We, Commodities

Have no illusions. We’re just numbers. Commodities. Expenses for employers or clients. Seldom an investment, and all investments expire eventually. All that matters is providing more requiring less. To survive we must […]

Arts And Businesses

It makes seven months today since I started my Etsy shop. This experience made me realize how arts and businesses strongly share a common axis. Their audience. Both activities thrive to get […]

The Prison Of Careers

We live in a time when our professional choices are for life, if we are lucky enough to have a steady job. Sometimes I wonder how things were before the existence of […]

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