I clearly remember that day, fishing with my father.
I was ruminating on that idea since long. I was still a kid.
At some point, the question was clear: “What should I do now? What exactly should I do now?”
I’ve always been a philosopher. And I wanted to be a writer.
I became an engineer, and I’ve probably always been that first.
At 48, I had to reinvent my life.
Now, I’ve still plenty of things in mind for the future, but all that matters is around that first question.
On the Other Side of Darkness
Dealing with the void.
It happens to me often, and in places considered the most boring. Today, it happens here.
The Space Between Being and Doing
When doing, I need to be. When being, I need to do.
The art of dealing with mechanics and chaos.
The Power of Silence
Seeing what matters, and being prepared for it, may require to see through some artifacts.
Consider Going in the Opposite Direction
The art of not being dragged by your struggle.
Overcoming the Fear of Needles
How I fight my fear of injections and get my victories on it.
The Power of Self-Imposed Rules
Self-rules are a powerful guidance, and have nothing to do with enforcing.
Stop Your Inner Speech for More Efficient Thinking
While our inner voice is useful in some cases, its persistent presence also brings many disadvantages and can be overcome.
Suppose a moment — you could free yourself — to really breathe
It’s in the Silence
The resting body — The speechless me — Nothing else
The rain outside — All standing still — away from frenzy