I found this "mural" while walking in a park nearby Brick Lane in East London. I didn't immediately understood how important and actual its message is, but after scrolling again the pictures in my phone, I realised how deep it is. It's not a misery that nowadays "thanks" especially to social medias we are constantly … Continue reading EVERYONE CAN BE A MIRROR
"Heliocentric" - Having or representing the sun as the centre, as in the accepted astronomical model of the solar system. One of the main difference between the country where I grew up and the U.K. (beyond the fact that sunny days in U.K. are rare) is that in U.K. the weather changes many times during … Continue reading U.K. MADE ME HELIOCENTRIC
When I was a young crazy rocker (as you see on the cover image) I heard an interesting story.. Don't know if is true.. But that's not really important so I'll pretend it is. I heard that at one of his clinics (A musical clinic is an informal meeting with a guest musician, where a small-to-medium-sized audience questions the musician's … Continue reading HOW MANY HOURS A WEEK DO YOU PLAY?
The great Mitch Hedberg used to say this joke: "One time, this guy handed me a picture of him, he said, 'Here's a picture of me when I was younger.' Every picture is of you when you were younger."Mitch Hedberg One of the struggles of creatives is the "trap" of perfection. I know this cause … Continue reading EVERY PICTURE IS OF YOU WHEN YOU WERE YOUNGER
So…. I failed miserably with “just” 20 books the 2020 #50bookschallenge )-: but here’s the “winner” (: “The Love’s Executioner” by Irvin D. Yalom. The real story of how a psychiatrist helps various patients dealing with their pain and how the patients sharing their stories helped the psychiatrist becoming a better person. It’s not only the one … Continue reading BEST BOOK 2020