Sexual relations are no longer what they used to be .. that is, many things have changed. With the advent of pornography, which exploded above all with the digitization of all devices, sexual relationships have almost become independent of sexual relations … pornography can also become useful in stable relationships, especially in 2020, the year in which the pandemic has changed many things. In fact, almost certainly many couples and families have been forced and are still forced to implement security measures for social distancing. Pawel Kuczynski’s drawings are as always brilliant and it is not worth explaining all the meanings of a powerful representational work.
Boris Johnson’s case is probably a sporadic case in which hospitalization in a public hospital was necessary. Many events have led to the conclusion that politicians, like the more affluent people, are always privileged in the treatment, tampons and timeliness of diagnoses. In Italy it is happening that the players have managed to get the swab done without any requirement instead the normal citizens must demonstrate that they have serious symptoms and respiratory complications.
Unfortunately it is always taken care of in the world that the wealthier classes are more cared for. Probably many people doubt that the wealthiest people already have a cure … and the rest of the world doesn’t know it. Obviously, all over the world is at war with anyone looking for the right drug to fight the virus before the vaccine is (hopefully) discovered. Many peolple are even convinced that they already have the right drug. Moreover, it seems very strange how very few deaths in China, even considering the falsity of numbers on real numbers ..
How many people want to get up early in the morning? As a rest you would always want to wake up in the morning .. but unfortunately it almost always happens that we have to wake up with fatigue and sleep and this leads us to say that we would like to wake up early … When you wake up early you have calm and serenity to face things as if we were ahead of time and the rest of the world.
Fatigue is a bad advisor and often leads us to do things against common sense, although sometimes fatigue is inevitable … for our essential commitments. If we were not to sleep we could do anything we would like, but tiredness requires us to balance … sometimes it is better to do fewer things but well … rarely the opposite!
The system brings us to the mass, and when our desires are fulfilled we feel the need to satisfy them daily. I have never loved Facebook, but everyone would realize that in Europe there are now more people who do not have this social network than people who have it. Pawel kuczysnki’s designs are as always brilliant. And the meaning is undoubtedly that we often confuse real bread with other futile things, which deceive us daily. The system of society and the mass deceives us about our needs, making us mistake the priorities and choices .. This world must always be seen from above and trying to see what remains above us.
Swimming is one of the most tiring things .. Have you ever seen the shoulders of a swimmer? They are huge … and probably hands too. Yes, because the hands are nothing more than oars (or second fins) for those who swim. And often those who swim are even faster than those who simply row ..
Regarding environmentalism, the sea does not grant many alternative resources such as dry land, where electric motors or alternative vehicles are spreading, such as scooters and bikes. And so the greatness of those who swim is seen only from the competitive point of view and never from the environmental point of view … where they could spread green messages as you do on the streets ..
Have you ever wondered if a saint has hobbies? Probably some saint certainly had hobbies. But believe that most of them have never had any. Above all because it is overwhelming that the saints perform their duties with the joy of those who perform almost a hobby. Certainly there were saints who passed martyrdom, others instead fulfilled their duties with the joy of a child.
St. Peter is the saint par excellence, the one who has the keys to Paradise. Many people do not even know the life of this Saint, who before his conversion had a wife and daughters, and enjoyed himself as a normal man on earth. I do not believe that there is absolute sanctity but rather a hierarchy of saints. Surely the greatest saints had no hobbies because, as the Gospel says, the Son of man has nowhere to rest the Head. Thus the greatest saints, who imitate Jesus, do not even have a pillow on which to rest.
The Christmas season is one of the periods when you buy more things. Gifts are one of the undeniable ways to present yourself as guests in the homes of friends and relatives.
Often a gift, even if of little value, can represent a lot, even the symbol of a friendship. Among adults, it is often a formality. But how many Chinese products do we buy? Surely many. And although we don’t buy them directly from the Chinese store, the origin of most of the products, above all the technological ones, is Chinese. It’s funny to think how many of the things we use have been produced in China: it’s like thinking that every Chinese worker gives us a gift when we find a low-cost product.
November is over, and it’s about to begin December. What is the saddest month of the year? Probably for many it is November. Instead December and January are months of holidays and February is a month of preparation for the spring of 21st March.
In November the leaves of the trees are red, the cold becomes more intense and people stuff themselves with coats. In our mind, the idea that the current year is coming to an end comes into our mind.
In the United States in November there is a Thanksgiving Day, which is considered a very important party. Instead in the other western countries there is the party of November 1 (all saints days) which however is considered a sad recurrence because it is used as commemoration of the dead, that happens just the following day.
Although November is for many the excellence month of autumn, many consider it as a month of reconciliation with the nature. The Danish Philosopher Kierekegaard wrote:
“In autumn everything reminds us of twilight, – and yet, it seems to me the most beautiful season: he wanted the sky then, when I will live my twilight, that there must be someone who then loves me as I loved the autumn.”