“Follow your passion” is, today, one of the most common mantras of the modern human. In less than a generation it became the synonym of “living a fulfilled life” in a significant part of our world. But was it like this always? Were humans always in the pursuit of their passion as the main, fundamental … Read more Follow Your Passion: Do’s, Dont’s and Detours
The year is 1448 and the city is Berlin, Germany. Although the proper name, at that time, for this settlement, should probably be Berlin-Colln. An eclectic conglomerate of peasants, guilds members and freshly made aristocracy, where the second emperor of the Margraviate of Brandenburg, Frederick II Irontooth, decided to start the construction of his new … Read more The Chevalier In The Supermarket
During the last 2-3 years, a certain social trend became more and more visible. A mix of far right and traditionalism, spreading around the world and popping in places you’d never thought something like this will ever exist. In Europe, Hungary and Poland (and, coming strong from the backyard, Romania too) are slipping into an … Read more The Next Revolution Will Be Technological, Not Ideological
It’s 6AM in the morning and the park is almost empty. I can barely see a silhouette every now and there, strolling through the grey light of the dawn. It’s silent. Very silent. The only thing I hear is the soft, rhythmic noise of my feet touching the ground as I gently run under the … Read more The Epic Battle Between The Two Minds
[contact-form-7 id=”12716″ title=”100 Days Challenge Squeeze Page Form”] Maybe life was not fair with you. Yes, I know, I’ve been there: life is never fair. But it’s fantastic. It’s unique, unrepeatable, one of a kind, beautiful, simple, challenging, sweet, hard… Just take a step back and find reasons to love your life. Love it for … Read more 100 Ways To Live A Better Life – 23. Find Reasons To Love Your Life
It was the summer of 1994, I guess. As a matter of fact, it wasn’t summer already, more like a late spring. It must’ve been late spring, because the students were still in school. If I think more, I remember that I was still in school too, although I didn’t attend much of the courses. … Read more The Impossible Concert
As a digital nomad I get to work in public places a lot, especially coffee shops. Every once in a while I run into some mild problems, but, usually, nothing really serious. Until the other day. Sit down, relax, and make sure you don’t read this in a coffee shop too 😉 The Premises So, … Read more Are You Staring At Me?
I had the first cassette recorder when I was around 4. It was called Jola 2, a Polish make. I know, I know, Poland and cassette recorders. But hey, it was the peak of the communist era in the Eastern Europe, in very early seventies. We were all actually eating our own dog food. I … Read more Cash, Stubborness and Music