“The Unbearable Lightness of Being” Milan Kundera- Part I

Hey, it’s been a while. I’ve actually been studying for so much time i didn’t even have time to sit down and write something. But today i failed my first exam, so I guess it’s a good opportunity to come back. I’m reading this AMAZING books by Milan Kundera and i just wanted to share […]

TEDxFiDiWomen : Jackson Katz “Violence against women”

Que lindo es ver cuando la gente defiende lo que piensa y no se queda callado, porque como dice él (O mejor dicho Luther King)” In the end what will hurt the most is not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends. “. Que lindo es ver que alguien quiera ayudar a […]

Some spanish literature…

Today i found myself reading one of the essays i have to read for University, and i found it really interesting, i couldn’t find a translation in English but i just felt like posting it here though. This is a part from an Essay from the writer Beatriz Sarlo, a famous writer from Argentina that […]

Letters live

Letters Live is an  event where famous and important people  read significant, important and inspiring letters from the past from two books called “Letters of note” and “To the letter”  with  the purpose to endure the power of literature correspondance through time. On December 10th there was another edition of this event and many actors, […]

Poems by Amanda Helm

Browsing the internet i came across a poet named Amanda Helm, so i started reading some of her writings. I was astonished at how much i realated to all of it. And once again i felt like something pressing my chest and that sense of both nostalgic and sadness. It was a long time since […]

I CHING 14

Another day not that happy, today i received my feedback for the practice test that my institute sent to Cambridge, and they told me that on a rank from 1-5 writing an opinion essay i got, 3 in content, 1 in organisation, 1 in language and 1 in task. So, i’m very not proud of […]

Review on “Of love and other demons” by Gabriel García Marquez

On her twelfth birthday, Sierva Maria, the only child of a decaying noble family in an eighteenth-century South American seaport, is bitten by a rabid dog. Believed to be possessed, she is brought to a convent for observation. And into her cell stumbles Father Cayetano Delaura, who has already dreamed about a girl with hair […]