Tag Archive: philosophy

The plague we suffer

When I used to live in Switzerland there was a couple that accompanied me during my workday commute on the tram. Entering the tram, they were already snuggled within each others arms, forming… Continue reading

A Proposal, for a four hour work day

My parents taught me to keep Sundays sacred to one of the seven deadly sins: Sloth. As non-churchgoers, I became accustomed to walking downstairs on a Sunday late morning to find both of… Continue reading

Ugliness as a Requirement for Beauty

“Since ugliness is a relative concept, it may only be understood in relation to another concept.  This other concept is that of Beauty:  ugliness exists only because of Beauty, which is its positive… Continue reading

The insanity of love

How often do you feel disconnected? Do you ever feel as if you do not belong? In a previous post, I wrote about having introverted tendencies.  I suppose separating oneself from others can develop… Continue reading

Introvert (R)Evolution

When with the OMS in Geneva, I would sometimes forgo lunch or coffee breaks with friends to spend some time alone on the building’s 8th floor. The first thing I do when I… Continue reading