I grieve the passing of Aretha Franklin. She was a true diva, a queen, blessed by a voice that transports me to the heavens. A natural Gospel singer that remained true to her calling even when she ventured into renditions of Puccini’s Nessun Dorma. Find out for yourself, listen to this performance when she was […]
When we pay attention to the relationships and interactions that we engage with other people, we see ourselves portrayed in them. In this space the reader will be able to find chronicles that detail real life stories and that I present with fictitious touches that in no way violate their authenticity. They are stories sprinkled with greatness, baseness, triumphs, defeats, exultations, dramas, sacrifices, tragedies that are so characteristic of the human condition. They are stories in which consciousness and unconsciousness appear in fullness. Beyond the joy, sadness or indignation that the chronicles can provoke, I am encouraged by the desire to encourage in the reader contemplation and deep reflection.
Scotland breaks into the educational scene of Peru in 1917 when a young Presbyterian theologian founded the Anglo-Peruvian school. The previous year he had lived in Spain and made friends with Miguel de Unamuno, whose thought influenced him decisively. Perhaps that is why he was able to bring together, as very few can do, critical […]