One of the hardest things for me is trying to identify the difference between a “forced” situation and a “natural” one.
And now I know I am not alone there, because that is one of the most frequent questions I get asked all the time.
When I am trying to “force” an event, an action, a response to something that suddenly appears in my path. I have learnt to “measure” my direction depending on the “roughness” of the road. That is, when you are finding too many “rocks” on your path, that could be a signal that you are transiting the wrong road. Continue reading →
The day began as usual in that little community, everybody were beginning their daily chores and there was an atmosphere of calmness and boredom among the inhabitants.
Only one of the elders felt a little nervous, he didn’t know why, but something was wrong. Nobody paid any attention to his comments, after all, he was just too old.
Suddenly the earth began to vibrate, all around this little village was shaking and after a few seconds everything turned black, like a sudden total Sun eclipse, but this was faster and totally unexpected. Continue reading →
“Yes, things were getting very difficult, I felt overwhelmed and every morning I tried to resist the alarm to get up because I just wanted to continue sleeping to avoid having to deal with all the mess I had created for myself”. He looked tired but with a new light in his eyes.
He had lost his company, his home, his marriage but luckily not the love of his children. So he was able to find a motivation to get out of the hole he had dug himself into.
“And what about you? Were you too dwelling in your comfort zone too long? He asked. Continue reading →
One of my favourite activities is walking. I try to walk as much as possible.
During these long walks I enjoy different things, from sightseeing to listen what people think and do.
The other day a tourist was trying to find his way around and while waiting for the traffic light to give us the green light to cross the street, I could listen to him asking to women how to get to the centre of the city. Continue reading →