Today, on Earth day, I am recommending a documentary about our planet. It is an educative movie about soil degradation and climate changes, and about what we can do for a cleaner, better future of our planet.
Personally, I think everyday should be Earth day, it is the only home we have.
Mechanical processes inside our perplexed souls, Make us the guilty masters of our living. We suffer from the automatism of doubt, Some suffer of the automatism of faith, And I, I am guilty of the automatism of love.
I believe in smiles, I cherish the slightest traces of memory from the moment I am told a name, I think that souls are pure no matter how corrupted they’ve become.
I have no cure.
I picked the roses you gave me, A poisoned gift, I would have been happier if I threw them in the fire And not allow the ghosts to appear.
Five thousand years will pass on human scale, Before the inner rumblings of your cheating would stop reverberating into my soul.
But it’s no use….
My innocence is not dissolved by pain, I let you put the shackles on again and I am guilty, For I love you and……. I have no cure.
The necklace you gave me is pounding the first letter of my name against my chest, Drunk on the unexpected discovery, I wanted to free myself, Because this what happens when belonging comes out of incomplete discovery.
When you said you loved me I believed you, But you were handing me your blindness.
Run…..run….. The future is already here, One step ahead, It always has been faster than me.
Alone again, That is me in the crowd, No gift in reading men’s souls, but always wanting. Should I still try? Perhaps I am blind too.
– Resilience as a process through individual and contextual factors-
By Andrada Costoiu
This isn’t a literary composition, it is an academic paper that I have written based on my research in a refugee camp in Jordan, about 5 years ago. If you are interested in reading it, please click here :
I do not know how to proper reblog the post, but this is from Lucy’s Blog.
“Written by Andrada Costoiu (chapter two) and B.V. Stratton (chapter three), this joint chapter delves a little into the sibling’s past but questions still arise. Resigning himself to trust his “newfound” sister, they make a break to the other side of the island as a last minute escape (as Tom blew their original plan). Lauren is more resourceful than she looks, and all Tom wanted to know was the truth. What is the cost of learning it and would it be safe for him to know?
Though how unfortunate for the sibling iconoclasts that someone lurks in the shadows.
Please be sure to give some love and support to such amazing and talented authors, Andrada and B.V. Thank you both again for your collaborative efforts in this ongoing project, it means a lot to me. As well, the podcast may likely be on a short hiatus as I’m currently recovering from an elbow fracture.
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