My thoughts on Extra Virginity: The Sublime and Scandalous World of Olive Oil

This is probably one of the books in which I’ve learned the most about something specific and so common as Olive Oil. Turns out, Olive Oil is AMAZING and you might have never really tasted a real Extra Virgin olive oil. I was very surprised to learn that most (in my case 9 out of …

A better view on success for the 21st century.

And how to achieve long lasting happiness. When thinking about success, our minds focus inadvertently on money. Money is king in the world we live in, for many, many reasons. Not just because it buys nice shiny things *insert Ferrari here*, but because it provides power to the bearer. The more money one has, the more …

My thoughts on “Lost Stars” by Claudia Gray

The description of this book is quite… incomplete. It states that the book is mostly about the struggle of two friends through their differences, one being in the rebellion and another being an Imperial Officer. It is true, but it’s so incomplete. The book is good because of many reasons, it gives a great sense …

How to read 52 books in a year, or a book a week. And why?

In September 2014 I went to this particular bookshop for the first time, one that I fell in love with. It is in a nice touristic street and it has an awesome name. Merlin Library. Although I think the name should be Merlin’s Library, it is a two floor small library packed with books everywhere. What …

The Meeting — Conexus Part I

The wolf approached the man as it usually did, appearing out of nowhere after sensing his presence from far away, seeing the man walk towards him, appearing lost and somewhat weak. He approached trying to appear as docile as an alpha wolf could ever be. The man was tall with bushy dark hair, thick eyebrows …

Our Deep Loss Of Intimacy & How To Save The World.

This was going to originally be a publication about the reason of why I don’t congratulate my friends by just putting a meaningless “Happy stupid birthday” on their Facebook Walls. Ok, without the stupid word. But it became much more. I looked deeper into the loss of intimacy we have experienced. Not that I’m too …