Do not let awkwardness stop you from trying out stuff and doing what makes your heart sing. We only get this one life.Read More
I guess it´s a good way to measure your daily joy intake. Do you laugh? How often? How hard? How many times a week do you laugh until your eyes are wet.Read More
I am not breaking any news by saying that another year went by. We are all aware of that except maybe the babies, the people with Alzheimer´s (like my grandma, who even though was not aware, celebrated with my uncle), and probably the chinese that celebrate a bit further, but of this last statement I am not even sure. Beyond any beliefs of astrology, chinese horoscope or energy portals opening and closing, what I know is that my year was a blast of changes, turns, ups, downs, swirls, twirls and surprises. And I really had to keep my arms wide open so I wouldn´t scratch my palms when things had to be gone, and I would have space between my hands to embrace the hugeness of what was coming.
These are the highlights of my 2014:
It was the first year without my mom. Like, without her presence on this Earth. Er... the physical presence, cuz the other one I really do feel it strongly once in a while. I swear even her smell visits sometimes. Dude, I really do not wish anyone has to experience this, it sucks. I know a lot people do, and I know a lot of people experience it way worst than I did.
It sucks. Period.Read More
I hope life doesn´t give up on me ever. I might be really stubborn sometimes but I am always willing to open up and see things from a wider perspective, even if this means that I am completely and utterly wrong. Thank God for that.Read More
What´s your fear? Do fear dogs? Do you fear people? Do you fear to share your innermost feelings to the people you love? Do you fear failure?Read More
As any road never taken, it was tough at first. But as any road that you take every day, it became smoother and smoother. Easier and easier. And on the way I started discovering my real feelings, not the ones behind all the crap in my head, not the arrogant me, or the itsokey me. But in the willingness to show myself as I was, the reward was that the Universe reflected back more and more clarity every time. I started recognizing that the only reason I felt misunderstood, was my own reluctancy to reveal myself.Read More