The Dangerous Carelessness of the Words

You should never pronounce yourself in favor of violence, never and in no case, were you the oppressor or the victim. Violence inspires violence and fosters violence: it is a vicious circle which imprisons the right not to be oppressed in the same violence of those who produce oppression. I know it is difficult to accept, but we should draw a clear separation between us … Continua a leggere The Dangerous Carelessness of the Words

Gail Honeyman: Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine

Gail Honeyman’s novel,  Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine, as stolen my heart beyond my attention because its first-person narration makes you feel you were Eleanor, however different your personal experience. I will not say anything about the plot which is interesting and intriguing, because I think that a novel should never be revealed to let the readers to taste it by themselves. However, I will say … Continua a leggere Gail Honeyman: Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine


Sometimes silence speaks more than words, and probably it hurts even more. Silence, unlucky, often hits those who are not responsible of your silence, but who don’t want to understand that sometimes it is the best answer one’s can give each one to itself, or at least the truest. Silence can appear as a weakness more often than being recognized as the the resource to … Continua a leggere Silence

Mina Welby: “L’ultimo gesto d’amore”

Una storia nota nella lunga lotta per l’autodeterminazione fino all’ultimo respiro. Una storia che esula qualsiasi concezione politica e moralistica perché deve essere letta per quello che è: una scelta.    Affrontare la propria malattia e scegliere di non essere medicalizzato a dismisura; affrontare la malattia di chi amiamo e lasciare che l’oggetto del nostro amore sia soggetto della propria libertà di scelta e discernimento e … Continua a leggere Mina Welby: “L’ultimo gesto d’amore”

Disqualifying the Sense

One thing is the ego another the ego-ism. We tend to manage our life trying to give a relevance to whom we are, and this is not wrong! However, we should also relate to others abandoning our omniscient desire to be the everything. What we miss to realize is that too often our omnipresent ego changes in egoism. It is renown that this happens very easily and without we … Continua a leggere Disqualifying the Sense