We’re all fighting many battles in our lives, some with ourselves, some with others and some with the world around us. That’s why it’s so hard to judge people, because you don’t know what battles are they fighting right now. Your grumpy neighbor whom you think is just a pain in the ***; he may be fighting a battle to lose weight, another battle to save his marriage, another to grief a loved one, another…"The battle for my soul"
If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you may remember this post, where I talked about how the hardest part of being vegan was dealing with people, both vegans and non-vegans alike, if you haven’t and you don’t feel like clicking that link, here’s a quote from it. The difficult part of being vegan is not finding vegan food, is having to defend yourself from all the people who attack you for…"About living in Ecuador with a disability"
I overthink everything, that’s no news. So here there are some of the dilemmas I face on a daily basis. Food A vegan diet is good for my physical and mental health, the environment and my conscience, I know that much. And I also know that for some reason our society is designed so that half of the food we produce we throw it away instead of consuming it. I know I should eat…"Dilemmas"
Realistically speaking there’s absolutely nothing that could prevent me to fly out of this country tonight and start a new life somewhere else tomorrow. The only constraints are of course those we make ourselves up. Excuses to keep feeling sorry for ourselves instead of taking action."The best advice I have ever received"
Besides being the name of best video game franchise ever, the persona, for Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung, was the social face the individual presented to the world—”a kind of mask, designed on the one hand to make a definite impression upon others, and on the other to conceal the true nature of the individual.” This will be a very a very personal post, in the one I will attempt in the form of a list, to deconstruct my…"Persona"
Thought number 1 and also my unpopular opinion is that it’s not fair that football players earn millions while there are people starving on the street right now. It’s something sad, not something to be celebrated. Is something to be angry about. I understand the government needs to distract people somehow so that they don’t complain about the fact that the society is being poorly managed and the resources poorly administrated, I also understand that…"My 5 dark thoughts"
What are my strengths? Imaginative, resourceful, smart. What are my short-term goals? Build sources of passive income. Long-term goals? Find peace of mind. Who matters most to me? Bong Gu. What do I like to do for fun? Writing fantasy stories. What new activities am I interested in or willing to try? Skydiving. What am I worried about? Wasting my time. If I could have one wish, it would be: To have more time, or not…"To get to know myself better"
Introduction: I tried ayahuasca 3 times so far, oh wait, what is ayahuasca? it’s a hallucinogenic plant from South America, ok done, yes I tried it 3 times one at a formal-ish ceremony in Iquitos and twice on my own, in my room, with the lights off and music I enjoy, once in Leticia and then in Bogota, Colombia. This post is about the things I learned, how they changed me and how the…"My experiences with ayahuasca"