When I wrote this letter, I was trying to find the silver lining of the COVID-19 pandemic. Simultaneously, I was (and still am) hoping that we won't go back to business as usual when all is said and done. As I haven't found the bright side of the current crisis, I can't help but wonder whether we will change our social, political, and economic systems for the better?
Is hell other people? Jean-Paul Sartre sure thought so. I honestly don't know. Hence, I wrote this open letter to humanity.
This blog post is a collection of my thoughts, influenced by the terrorist attack in Paris, of which the offices from Charlie Hebdo were the target, on January 7 (2015) at 11:30 AM.
This letter depicts how frustrated I am with our elected officials and all those in power. We are amidst a global systemic crisis. Yet, business continues as usual. Is this civilization finished?
This post is a collection of my thoughts connected to Easter, religion in general and working your fingers to the bone. Is there still room at the top?
This blog post is a letter to the Utopian in me. The daydreamer that I've suppressed for so long. Is Utopia fiction? Do you think you can tell?
This is a letter to the angel of mercy. I wrote this letter as I felt trapped in the rat race and saw no way out of it.
In this heartfelt letter I express the global need for common sense to become common practice. Why is common sense not so common?
We cannot have eternal growth on a planet with finite resources. This love letter contains my thoughts on consumerism. I honestly believe that it is eating the future, but will it also cause the demise of mankind?
In this letter I express my worries about my place in this society. I give voice to my chaotic thoughts, hoping it will bring me one step closer to peace of mind.