There Is a Meaning in Writing

No, I cannot say whether or not my writings are successful, I do not care, because what, today, is successful in appearance, very often follows a line of clichés and repetitions that do not belong to me in any respect. I am not interested in success, but in dialogue, in confrontation, in criticism, in reflection. I get a little scared when I get superficial compliments … Continua a leggere There Is a Meaning in Writing

The Story of One Is the Story of Everyone

… I answer… A gentle reader of “Don’t Climb Over That Wall” tells me about the strong but engaging pain she felt in reading me, of her not being able to do without “feeling part of it even though she did not experience or directly know someone who has experienced a history like that. I read them in the newspapers and followed them on television, … Continua a leggere The Story of One Is the Story of Everyone

The Right to Die

The right to die, in certain conditions, is not a suicide but self-determination. I know that it can be difficult to understand because plenty of cultural influences divide around this theme and love and feelings are sometimes more egoistic than what we think, yet, we should consider the subject from the suffering’s point of view. People who suffer are not the laboratory guinea pigs of … Continua a leggere The Right to Die

What Else!

Simplicity, what else? Modesty, what else? Loyalty, what else? Honesty, what else? Dignity, what else? Gentleness, what else? Simplicity, modesty, loyalty, honesty, dignity, gentleness… six simple words to tell what we really need but we don’t look for. Six simple words which open a world we don’t want to open because too engaging and involving and we don’t want to get used to any kind … Continua a leggere What Else!