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Bell Rock – 30 minutes as long as a lifetime

This journey was a small but very significant part of a two-week retreat in Arizona with Master Yu Jae-Sheen. During this inner and outer travelling, I often had the feeling that I was living a dream and Romania, left behind, … Read More

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A life like a May day

We can say that nature is generous, because whatever we do to it, it continues to be reborn and to provide us. Sometimes you feel like nature is forgetting, but is not. It’s just that it doesn’t get upset, it … Read More

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I came to the interview because I liked your face

When working in IT, I used my intuition many times in recruitment. An engineer by training and eager for rational arguments and explanations, I did not allow myself to call intuition those little clues that made me select someone or … Read More

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About perceptions

My father exasperated me for years. In any dispute, conflict, controversy he came to me with the same refrain. Unperturbed, calm, detached, he had almost the same approach, with small linguistic variations. I always heard a line like, “And what … Read More

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My brother, Moravia

Alberto Moravia made his debut at the age of 21 with “The Indifferents”, a novel described by critics as belonging to a mature writer. A prolific novelist, a fine psychologist, he approached very real, bluntly and clearly described topics and … Read More

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Instead of a foreword

I will share here thoughts, impressions and experience out of the desire to express myself, but also with the hope that what is written resonates with some of the readers. I am not the holder of the truth, as I … Read More

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