In illness there is a double point of observation, the one of the patient and the one of the others.That of the patient, if he manages to be serene and not to feel sorry for himself, is a vision that opens, increases, frees. The point of observation of the other is often limited and reductive, focusing on the other on one thing only: your sick … Continua a leggere Sickness, a Double Vision
A leaf that has fallen from a branch is not really dead, although the course and destiny of its life may be different.I am not referring only to its decay in the undergrowth of which it becomes nourishment for the earth and for insects, shelter and protection for the life hidden from the eyes of the profane. I am referring to the life that such … Continua a leggere Transience
There are people who have everything, all things, but have nothing because they lack the only thing that really matters: tenderness.They have objects, possessions, riches, privileges, they are surrounded by people, but they are profoundly alone because they lack tenderness.They are people who scream for power, proclaim wealth and knowledge, but do not know virtue and conscience as they lack tenderness.They are poor people because … Continua a leggere Tenderness
There are many traces, footprints, signs that each person leaves behind. They are the result of experience, research, defeats and falls that have made or made the path of one’s being “complete” even when it is not yet finished.They are footprints that tell about oneself, of one’s way of dealing with life and with the voice of others in the awareness that one’s path is … Continua a leggere The Best of You
No, I have no doubts, often the human being creates problems where there are none, it is an intrinsic inability of the person to know how to choose the good even if it proclaims nothing but the desire for good.Yet, it is clear, you cannot get what you don’t work for. There is no good in itself abstract, but a proposal of good, a model … Continua a leggere No Doubts
Mumble mumble … a question arises spontaneously: but those who always get information through a third party despite having direct contact with the person concerned, do they want to “know things” or are they interested in the person?No, do not say that it is a form of respect, because it is not, there is nothing worse than knowing that they are talking about you in … Continua a leggere Mumble Mumble
The days pass by the same rhythm of waiting, yet each offers a new thought, a reminder of the present time, a hint of the memory of the past, a question to the unknown of the future.It is precisely that constant, non-trivial rhythm that makes every day worth living without ifs and buts, only in the awareness that it is one more day to honor.Well, … Continua a leggere Time Goes By
Be the life of the other not stranded in silence and indifference, no life should be considered less worth living.Every life is worth living, every life has the scent of hope and not that of resignation to emptiness and nothingness.Individual and collective situations, even global ones, are not simple, but devoting oneself to indifference is a very serious fault and a very clear responsibility with … Continua a leggere Dignify Every Person
Yesterday. Tension always loosens in the face of the beauty of creation and, even when you can only praise it late, it fills every instant of time. Today (as for yesterday) good morning of light and courage and may it be a good day to our gaze and to the heart of our heart. Beyond every barricade there is the freedom that calls. Ieri. La … Continua a leggere Good Morning!
Every day is great, a great day, no matter if the smile or the tear it offers us is great; every day is great because it recognizes us, gives a name to our anxieties and our joys; every day is a great day and a great day because every day is the breath of life anyway. Can’t you hear it? It is life that accompanies … Continua a leggere What a Great Day!