Tag Archives: Philosophy

A world inside a world

The world inside the development bubble This is what I see.. I have always been a strong believer in finding the satisfying job, that which allows my interests and personality to blend seamlessly into a dynamic work role. After all, … Continue reading

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Ten Minutes at Ten o’clock

Transcend                                Into me.                                                                  and from within,                                                                                                            out. My social formula is measured by your ability to: Amuse, Arouse or Inspire. This is the criteria of my anthropic desire. Wisdom and a Woman at the tram stop. 10pm, … Continue reading

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Amazon dreaming

    Abysszon.   Someday in March, Somewhere in Nature, Somehow in Awe.       Arrival into the Amazon; the earth’s largest forest, its metaphorical lungs, its largest and greatest point of diversity. Its people; those that make a … Continue reading

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Return to the continent

Panas, Playas, Porros y Politicas en la Republica Petrolifera de Venezuela The essence of adventure is in the spirit. Crossing into the northern Brazilian state of Roraima marks the finishing point of my month long trip through Venezuela, a country … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Arabs, A History

Looking into Orientalism in The Arabs: A History   Focus Text: Rogan, E (2009) The Arabs: A history Basic Books; New York The Arab World and the Middle East are two spaces that have been capturing my attention, together with … Continue reading

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Lembranças: Brasil de carona

Lembranças: Brasil de carona 2007-2008 Porque… Meu caminho é ida sem volta. A estrada me leva até sempre.. I am confronting some difficulties deciding my plans for a third visit back to Brazil. These dilemmas are the same visa and money … Continue reading

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A Moment in Time

Tomorrow is my birthday, a reminder of the day I was born of which marked the kick-off date that would be the a significant time-marker for my life. We all mark time differently in our lives. For everyone, time in … Continue reading

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The Ideological Crisis

The end of the End The global meltdown of Ideas Focus text:  Fukuyama’s ‘End of History’. It plagues every discussion, its on every channel, it is felt everywhere from small towns to industrial zones, and takes up half of any … Continue reading

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Its a long and winding road.

The Morocco Diary Last August/September I spent the month hitch-hiking around Morocco. I took with me a small backpack, enough to fit two changes of clothes, a tin cup, a blanket and a scrapbook. Here are some of the excerpts … Continue reading

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Part 1: Love and Life (for my beautiful Jasmine, whom I love)

On Love and Life and the little I know of it.. “We can live without sex, but we cannot live without love, and God is love.” From The Irresistible Revolution What is love? Love is a subject I apparently know … Continue reading

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