• A Shamanic Memoir: The Jaguar and the Necktie
  • ISRAELI WOMEN ON THE MARCH FOR PEACE
  • Childhood Empathy: Are You Raising a Child who Cares about Others?
  • Franz Kafka and The Traveling Doll
  • Roots and Antennas: Outlook of Brazilian Culture
Shamanic memoir The necktie and the jaguar

A Shamanic Memoir: The Jaguar and the Necktie

A Shamanic Memoir to help you shift your Life The Jaguar and the Necktie A path of self-discovery may be a lifelong voyage of self-awareness, and in some ways, it is also an inner journey through our own connection with some eternal archetypes. Throughout time, the practice of Shamanism was adapting in response to different cultural needs and moving through tempos. A Shamanic Memoir of a Spiritual journey A Shamanic…

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ISRAELI WOMEN ON THE MARCH FOR PEACE

ISRAELI WOMEN ON THE MARCH FOR PEACE

ISRAELI WOMEN ON THE MARCH FOR PEACE By Marguerite dar Boggia For almost fifty years Palestine has been occupied by Israel. After Israel’s war on Gaza in 2014, Israeli women started a movement to build connections with Palestinian women. They also reached out to women and men of many other religious and political backgrounds. They believed that war will never bring peace and security. They are mothers. They do not…

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Childhood Empathy: Are You Raising a Child who Cares about Others?

Childhood Empathy: Are You Raising a Child who Cares about Others? Empathy is a feminine noun. According to the Dictionary: “action to put yourself in someone else’s place. Seeking to act or think the way he would think or act in the same circumstances.” The ability to put oneself in the other’s place does not depend only on genetics. Therefore, it is up to us adults to guide our children…

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Franz Kafka

Franz Kafka and The Traveling Doll

Franz Kafka and The Traveling Doll This story about a traveling doll from the life of Franz Kafka shows his depth of compassion, the transformative power of grief, and the magical power of storytelling. The Transformative Experience of Grief - Franz Kafka and The Traveling Doll A year before his death, the writer Franz Kafka saw in one of Berlin’s parks, a girl who was desperate because she had lost her doll….

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Roots and Antennas: Outlook of Brazilian Culture

The Roots and Antennas Cultural View What Brazil Can Teach the World About Art and Culture An Interview with Celso de Carvalho A Cultural activist, Celso de Carvalho is a Brazilian Professor, Scholar, and Cultural entrepreneur. His solid professional experience encompasses an eclectic background. Experienced in dealing with Multinational companies such as Shell Company-Brazil (10 years), Brazil Telecom/Oi (Telecommunications), and wide-ranging work on the advertising field, product development, media, and broadcasting…

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Fantastic Realism in painting

The Rise of Fantastic Realism in Visual arts

The Rise of Fantastic Realism in Painting and Other Artistic Manifestations The term “Fantastic Realism” or “Magic Realism” came up in 1925, when art critic Franz Roh used it to speak of a trend or trend in German painting and Cultural scene. Even before Hitler’s fascist rule, some artists were painting canvases that mixed fantastic and realistic elements. Usually, they represented common scenarios that were crossed by, at least, an…

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Afraid of the Light

Afraid of the Light

Afraid of the Light: A Story about Facing Your Fears Afraid of the Light is a delightful story about overcoming fears and learning to try something new—for kids ages 4–7. Ditter Von Dapp is a quirky rabbit who is painfully afraid of the light. Having confined himself to a cozily dark cave to avoid his biggest fear, he is one day forced to light a candle in order to find…

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the biggest flower in the world

The Biggest Flower in the World

The Biggest Flower in the World “What if the stories for children became mandatory reading for adults? Would they be able to really learn what they have been teaching for so long? – José Saramago, in “The biggest flower in the world.” “The biggest flower in the world” is a beautiful story for children. Still, first, it is a legitimate Saramago. Transforming into a character, the author tells us that…

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Alice Walker

Alice Walker: The Temple of My Familiar

Alice Walker: The Temple of My Familiar “It all starts with wanting to understand something, whether it’s a person or just an event.” Alice Walker’s phrase about the production of her novels sets the tone of her literature: her work seeks to examine and understand the past and the North American black community’s ailments. As the writer, Alice Walker has been engaged in political initiatives since the 1960s. She has…

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La Maison en Petits Cubes

La Maison en Petits Cubes-Short Movie

La Maison en Petits Cubes “La Maison en Petits Cubes” or .” Tsumiki no, ie” (original title) won an Oscar in 2008. A man finds himself surrounded by an immense aquatic surface that is gradually rising, flooding the city’s urban structures where he lives. Apparently resigned to this phenomenon of nature, he seeks to survive by rebuilding his house in a systematic and planned use of cubic structures. The first…

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