Berkeley, Monday, November 2, 2020 2:11 pm I am going to talk about something about I do not know much about, but I need to write down this thought. After watching and learning about Alexander Hamilton, a great founding father, two general thoughts. It seems there is a trend about when one try to do […]

Few thoughts amid COVID-19

Berkeley, Thursday March 19, 2020 1:48 AM We will win the war against the COVID-19. We will defeat it. I am not saying this by facts, now, but just intuition, lead me to think that so far there are many virus out there. Of course this is a stronger one, but our immune systems has […]

Account and filter of mistakes

Berkeley, Saturday February 29, 2020 00:55 AM I think that saying something is fine when prior saying even does not know that is stupid but it is a pure thought, out of the curiosity or of random guess. If the stupid thought one knows that it is already stupid or inappropriate or does not make […]

The ends DO NOT justify the means!

Berkeley, February 23, 2020 11:10 PM If something is at stake in the political campaign is the debate of ideas, proposals, ideologies. Thus in a time where influential writers get their prime time in influential newspaper, playing the role of political analysts, their mission is to inform people about those proposed plans or ideologies, in […]

About: Tree, river and man. Julio Cortazar

Berkeley, Sunday, May 5, 2019 1:30 PM Here a poem by Julio Cortazar, “El árbol, el río, el hombre”, which was recited by the Argentinian singer Atahualpa Yupanqui. How true or inflexible are those words? Would the advise on not replanting the cut tree that already dried, apply to decisions or relationships? Well, I think […]