I was so happy and surprised to see him. He had changed so much after all these years. He looks now in a better shape, healthier and much happier.

The truth is that I couldn’t have recognised him, but he recognised me and I was so happy that he did.

Few years ago, in that street, I used to see a homeless man who asked me for some coins “to have breakfast”. He said his name was Johnny and usually I gave him some change I had left, other times I shared some of the food I had with me. Continue reading


It is always difficult to let go of the things/people/ideas, etc., that have been our companions for years.  We feel certain “attachment” to them and just the idea of letting them go, makes us feel   uneasy and scared.

Someone dear to us decides to go abroad to study something new, something that has been of utility to us suddenly gets broken and is beyond repair, one morning we wake up feeling that that concept of idea is no longer serving us and, on the contrary, is causing us more harm than good. Continue reading

The bliss of letting go

One of the most difficult things we have to face in our lives is losing something or someone.

We all feel safe and happy when we are living a life according to the standards stablished by our society, family or friends.

When we have a home, a job, a relationship, good health and the things we have been taught as essential for  “a normal and stable life”, then we feel we are safe and secured. Continue reading