Continuing with our discussion about happiness; what it is, what it means, and how to find it. I would like to recommend an Edx (Educational Exchange) course to all of you titled: "The Science of Happiness." The course lasts eight weeks, and will require about 4 to 5 hours of your time per week. It … Continue reading Happiness II
Everyone I know is searching for happiness. Most of us find it for brief moments in our life, but enduring happiness seems difficult to achieve. In the famous words of Henry David Thoreau: “Happiness is like a butterfly, the more you chase it, the more it will evade you, but if you notice the other … Continue reading Happiness
Hello everyone! I hope all is going well with you and your loved ones. Today I would like to tell you about an adventure I had several years ago. It turns out a tennis buddy of mine called Jaime, had the brilliant idea to visit the San Jeronimo subterranean river. To be honest, I had … Continue reading Cave exploration in Mexico!
Hello again fellow explorers of the digital universe. I hope all is going well for you, although I seriously doubt it. Please don't take me wrong, I don't mean to be coy or offensive. You see, the nature of the material world is cyclical. Our lives are full of ups and downs. It's inevitable! If … Continue reading Tennis anyone?
Hello everyone, welcome 🙂 Did I mention I am a captain? Yes, a private pilot. Not an airline pilot, just of the single engine type. I like flying like a bird, heading towards the sky. Looking down upon the earth like an eagle in the heights. Here I am in my captain's uniform ready to … Continue reading Mayday, mayday, mayday
My daughter Stephanie recently had hip surgery at the Steadman clinic in Vail. What can I say, she has a good medical insurance policy. My wife Vivian, Stephie, and I arrived on the 26th of January for the programmed procedure on the 29th. My son in law Jorge accompanied us. Needless to say, we were … Continue reading Surgery in Vail
I love the mountains! The spectacular views and the sound of its rivers remind me how wondrous our planet is. Their height makes me feel closer to God and creation. It's no wonder that John Denver was able to compose such beautiful music under their influence. May he rest in peace. Gore Creek, a tributary … Continue reading A Visit to the Mountains
In 2010 a group of friends and I traveled to India for the Maha Kumbha Mela in Haridwar, north of New Delhi. This amazing spiritual experience takes place on the edge of the Ganges river where the fast current keeps it amazingly clean. The event happens once every 12 years when Jupiter enters the sign … Continue reading A spiritual adventure in India
From time to time I plan to publish posts featuring a few morsels of thought from my book. There is a scene where B.R.A.I.N is trying to figure out why our planet is falling apart and says: "If you give people what they want, nothing is enough, but if you give them what they need … Continue reading Excerpts from B.R.A.I.N
Have you noticed how many terrible things are happening around the world: natural disasters, terrorist attacks, shootings, corruption, immorality, a decaying ecosystem, unethical hackers, criminals, and more... I just finished writing and editing my new book B.R.A.I.N which tries to explain why our entire planet is upside down. Following is a brief description of my … Continue reading B.R.A.I.N