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The day I met Xangô

This story is something that happened to me three years ago. It was one of the most intense experiences I’ve lived through. I attended a candomblé ritual in the night of Xangô. I’m going to set some context here. Candomblé… Continue Reading →

Open Your Mind

It’s been some time since I wrote about anything “philosophical”. This is mainly because I found myself forced out of my comfort zone, I would say, trying to see perspectives of people who radically think different than me, and suddenly… Continue Reading →

The Annapurna Pilgrimage

Very recently I went through a huge experience: I hiked the Annapurna Circuit in Nepal. My main intention with this post is to try and share as best as I can my takeaways and at the same time provide some… Continue Reading →

Fast, be Patient, Meditate

What I’m writing about today is something I understood sometime ago, but haven’t so far been able to shape it into an interesting blog post. I have to confess, my previous attempts were giving away more of the learnings I’ve… Continue Reading →

Building Egalitarian Relationships

Very recently, this very interesting article came my way (in Spanish), and based on it and several discussions I’ve had with some interesting people, both men and women, I’ve come to realize some things: people are seeing equality as a need,… Continue Reading →

About Destiny and Life Choices

“When our deep plots do pall, and that should teach us there’s a divinity that shapes our ends, rough-hew them how we will—”. william Shakespeare, Hamlet I’ve wanted to write about destiny for a long time,but I couldn’t find a… Continue Reading →

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