Dancing with the memories of an ephemeral life

All that you touch, All that you see, All that you taste, All you feel, All that you love, All that you hate All you...

Homo Sarcophilus

The Tasmanian devil (Sarcophilus harrisii) is the largest carnivorous marsupial – after the extinction of the Tasmanian tiger in 1936. It’s not bigger than a small dog,...

One more hour of eternal life

The radio plays all day long requiems, gospel music, oratorios, religious sonatas, laments and lamented songs. In between, “The Sermon on the Mount” as...

Birds born in a cage don’t know how to fly

An anthropologist (let us call her Jane) visited an African tribe (let us call it Narash). The Narash had been in touch with civilization –...

Carpe fuckin’ diem

There is this chimeric aphorism which emerged from the lips of Horace (the oh-captain-my-captain Robin Williams) and we adopted: Carpe diem, seize the day,...

Humanity’s 8 deadly sins

Konrad Lorenz was Doctor of Medicine and Philosophy, biologist, ethologist and psychologist, founder of the modern study of animal behavior and theorist. In 1973, the...