Happy Valentine’s Day

Dear readers and fellow bloggers:

Good morning. We would like to wish all our female readers and contributors a Happy Valentine’s day. Your sustained, spontaneous and superb affection keeps us going.

We are writing the last 50 pages of our book “Emotional Frustration – the hushed plague” and we always keep your dear images, voices and kisses in our mind to inspire us.

Did you notice that we have posted a new background image? It’s a depiction of the clinical ward of the Arles hospital by Vincent van Gogh and it shows some busy nuns taking care of the patients. The devoted women in our lives are the unrelenting healers of our wounds.

Let us honor them today and remind them that we love them very much.

A big kiss.

Un gros bisou.

Un grosso baccione.

Un besote muy grande.

What do you think? Please tell us.

Don’t leave me alone.


Good morning dear readers and bloggers:
Our dear spiritual friend Harbans has produced a great article about the Indian festival of Diwali and I would like to share it with you. Even though it is a little bit long, it is full of information about the Hindu religious beliefs that form the basis of this event.
For all the believers, we wish a Happy Diwali to you and your family. Being so close to our own birthday, we feel obliged to do some atonement; privately we will reflect on our recent deeds and try to improve our relationships with our family, colleagues and friends. This festival feels like the ritual confession of the Catholic Church but in a more congenial-community minded setting.
Enjoy this great article and try to reflect about these moral lessons.

What do you think? Please tell us.

Don’t leave me alone.