When LOVE wins over FEAR

Now that the topic of racial discrimination is at stake again, due to the latest misfortunate happenings in the USA, this small video can make us become aware of how idiotic it is to judge others by their skin color...on both sides. Also, this video is an example of how loving and caring attitudes, compassion towards others, and understanding, can heal our hearts from all kinds of prejudice, fear and rage.
Enjoy it!


Is our planet in danger because of our polluting attitude?

Well, let's just ask a genius comedian about it: George Carlin:

Arrogance of mankind

I leave this video for you to watch, it has subtitles (not professional, but they can help).
If you want, you can translate the subtitles into English and compare them to what George Carlin says. You will realise that it is not exactly the same sometimes, but that's something common in subtitling. Anyways, they are helpful subtitles.

Hope you enjoy the video!
Leave your comments please :-)


Are love affairs a matter of cultural differences?

I believe yes, they are. In some countries women or men are more "possessive", "traditional", and "exclusive" (e.g. Mediterranean countries), and in other countries affairs outside marriage are not so important (e.g. North European countries)
Which country is yours? And, what is your position in this? I personally do not have a specific position in this topic, it all depends on the circumstances. For me, it is a matter of the person you are with, how you both understand a relationship.
I have been jealous sometimes, open-minded others...I don't know why, but in my case it all depends on so many factors that I cannot provide a specific point of view. For me, betrayal consists of lying, of breaking someone's trust and confidence. If an affair does not involve lying, it is not so important for me.
I could consider certain attitudes as much more offending than an affair if they involve lying and being disrespectful towards the relationship. For example: if my boyfriend seduces every woman he meets on my back (or even in front of my eyes) I will feel much more offended than if he comes one day and tells me that he just had a one-night stand with someone else. Feeling attraction towards someone else is inevitable and I can forgive easily if a mistake is just a matter of uncontrolled impulses. However, lying is done premeditatedly, and there is no excuse for this. It just stems from cowardice. We all have fear, what makes a woman or a man courageous is how she or he can handle that fear.

Here I give you the link to the blog entry of a divorce expert: she does not tell anything new, but it is good to remember some of the essential points in a healthy relationship:

Why is a love affair so intoxicating?


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