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Ideas are Bulletproof

Θα κάνω παραπομπή στον V for Vendetta ως παραλληλισμό της τρέχουσας πολιτικής σκηνής στην Ευρώπη. Πολιτικοί εναντίων ιδεαλιστών. Ήρθε ο καιρός αυτή η στρεβλή κατάσταση να αντιστραφεί. Λείπουν οι ιδεαλιστές στις μέρες μας ή κρύβονται επειδή έχουμε μάθει πως στον κόσμο που ζούμε και έχουμε μεγαλώσει δεν υπάρχει χώρος για γνήσιες ιδέες, για αξίες όπως… Continue reading Ideas are Bulletproof

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let ’em drink, let ’em smoke, let ’em HIDE

Leon Tolstoy had once wondered about why do people want to stupify themselves? Why do you seek alcohol, pot, LSD, shrooms, or anything your imagination is able to reach? Why is that even more intense during holidays-fests-vacations? His thoughts path lead him into making the conclusion that WE-humans try to forget, try to hide from… Continue reading let ’em drink, let ’em smoke, let ’em HIDE


i seek my inner peace

Wise Words from Dalai Lama: 1. Take into account that great love and great achievements involve great risk. 2. When you lose, don’t lose the lesson. 3. Follow the three Rs: Respect for self, Respect for others, Responsibility for all your actions. 4. Remember that not getting what you want is sometimes a wonderful stroke… Continue reading i seek my inner peace

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the realisation of the narcissistic approach towards love

*(he/she is implied in all the text; for abbreviation i only use he) Have you ever experienced a situation when someone seems to be in love with you, but not because he loves you, but because he loves himself? At first you get all happy and excited because it so happens that you also have… Continue reading the realisation of the narcissistic approach towards love

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civic engagement of the arts & culture

source: arts and culture strategy by Peter Frumkin, Mrs. Russell Wills Taylor


one cosmotheory

“travel is useful, it exercises the imagination. All the rest is disappointment and fatique. Our journey is entirely imaginary. That is its strength. It goes from life to death. People, animals, cities, things all are imagined. It’s a novel, just a fictitious narrative. Littre says so and he is never wrong. And besides, anyone can… Continue reading one cosmotheory


about love

love is a fever it comes and goes without the will having any part in the process. Stendhal


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