Utopia. (From Gr. οὐ, no, and τόπος, place: a place that doesn´t exist). 1. f. Plan, proyecto, doctrina o sistema optimista que aparece como irrealizable en el momento de su formulación. Plan, project, doctrine or optimistic system that reveals itself as unrealizable when worded. This brief definition is the one that appears in buscón from RAE, … More Violated Words. Utopia.
This is an image of a bumblebee in two colours that I took in Januar, 21 2018 and I just feel like sharing it again with everyone. I don´t really know why. Hope you enjoy your Tuesday, humanies.
This is an old post (from June 2017) but I was re-reading my old posts trying to figure out which ones to take out from the «oblivion can» and which ones not, and I found it as relevant as when I wrote it so… Here you go! This post came from an interview to a … More Lgbtqia+ controversy
He walks like a tormented soul through the house, through the frozen fields, Publius Ovidius Naso, poet of Rome, fell out of favour, in his exile in Tomi. The words came swift to his mind, as if a foreign voice had whispered them in his ear, as if the winter´s breeze had brought back memories … More The poet’s exile
So… well. There is a moment in the life of every one that gets sick. It is not me now, but my son and other people from my household, and it is a whole bunch of stress. First: let´s go and do a PCR to check it is not Covid. There was not as much … More Sunday Whinger: Being sick.
This is an old post, from the time I was doing photographic experiments, trying to find a new niche for expressing myself. One of my biggest models is my daughter. She likes it so much so I ask her sometimes. I don´t know if you would like it or not, but she has something that … More Photographic experiments
No. I am not an anti-vaxxer. I have all my vaccines since I was a little kid, and my kids have all the vaccines they have to have according their age. But I chose not to accept the Covid vaccine. Why? Well, I suppose most people would think I am irresponsible, because the vaccine can … More Venting about vaccines
Sappho was born in Mytilene (in the island of Lesbos) in the 650/610 b.D. and died in Lefkada in the 580 b.D. She was an archaic greek poetess, from whose work remains only around a 10%. She was included in «the nine lyric poets» with Alcaeus of Mytilene, Anacreon of Teos, Alcman of Sparta, Stesichorus … More Artist Women: Sappho.
It´s a beautiful organ (or not, I have never seen one in person and, sincerely, I am starting to doubt that it exists) and it is there so people can use it. Really. Not kidding. So, today (monday 23.11.20) was I scrolling through Facebook when I saw a video of Rutger Bregman (dutch historian, author … More Sunday Whinger. Everyone has a brain