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Importance of Being Healthy

When that cool, sparklingly white “medical picture” grabs your eye, you probably think I‘m going to muse over the health situation in my county. No, because everybody can see it, but another question is that a few of us can truly realize it. Health institution in my country looks like a huge business combination of smaller conglomerate organizations with its tycoons and employees.  It has its fatal medical errors made for the sake of money (here comes the moment to invite you to watch one of my favorite movies – „Awake“ ) and those Dr. House-like TV serials which motivate people by drawing an imaginative picture of how responsible and dedicated physicians should be in fact. So, on psychological basis, the abovementioned  “medical picture” creates in our imaginations an apparently delusive idea of so-called „perfect  medicine“.  There is no need for you to clearly understand what the medical situation in Bulgaria is, wheather it is perfectly good or not, but it is utterly essential to have realized how much the importance of being healthy means.

Yet well-known mysterious „summer virus“ which causes symptos of extremely high temperature, headache and dizziness gave its influence on me some days ago.  It was an awful experience not only because I was deprived of my every-day street fitness training and jogging, but also because I had already taken a lot of drugs and undergone something even more dangerous that I‘m going to tell you in the second paragraph.  I often dream about one of my favorite cars – Chevrolet Camaro or about luxurious vacation in Caribbean Islands, good college experience or excellent education.  At that very moment, however, I didn’t dream about such superficial things because nothing was more important to me than being happy and healthy.” Could I drive my fancy Chevrolet Cabrio if I was not in a good healthy condition?” or “Could I fully enjoy the crystal-blue waves of Caribbean Sea and the amazing huge palms of Caribbean beaches?”. “What could I feel of life if I was stuck in a wheel-chair till the end of it or what if I was deadly ill?”. These were the same questions I asked myself in that very moment because the essence of health is what let us be successful, happy, funny, dreamy, even angry or frustrated. It is what makes us alive, actually.

I had problems with my right toe for more than a year.  My nail started to grow sidewards sticking into the flesh and causing me a great sharp pain every time it touches something.  I overlooked this situation of mine and  ignored all the dangers I could have been exposed to later.  I took up a potassium permanaganate treatment which was followed by a frequent procedure of bandages of ichthyol and revanol. I whole-heartedly BELIEVED my toe would soon be fine, but it didn‘t work.  Yet,  I had much time to believe and believe,  and … believe.

I lot of time and pain passed away until I got disappointed to find out that it is not only the magic of belief as far as health concerns , but the combination of both – belief and medical help. Perhaps,  I am wrong – it might have just happened to me not trully to believe in that magical cure called belief.  Here comes the moment, however, to say that I strongly support the supernatural idea of the power of attraction which scientists are working on to prove its subconscious effects on human mind – the more positive we think and believe ,  the greater influence its power of attraction has on us … and vice versa.

This is not the clue, however, because my nail was urgently cut sideway and the swollen flash – surgically removed.  Although I theoretically knew lot aspects of neurology,  I had never before been under anaesthesia and I had no explanation of how could just a simple injection be so powerful to “freeze” all receptor cells in a local area so that a person cannot even feel the touch of the surgeon.  Yes, I didn’t believe because I had no experience of any previous operation,  but then the right moment suddenly came – three about-5-centimeters-long injections were stuck into the injured local area –that was the only pain of the whole operation.  It wasn‘t actually so frightening because the doctor was a real guy.

Before that medical intervention, however, I really believed that the pain would fade away,  but I took no action to prevent any further medical complications.  There is a big difference, you know, between what we believe and what we want to believe.  I believed my infection wouldn‘t recover without a medical intervention, but I wanted to believe it soon be magically cured.

No matter what I believed in or what I wanted to believe in … it is important that I believed, hoped and took a moral. It is essential that I‘m healthy now.


August 23, 2011 Posted by | Experiences/Moral, Psychology and Science | Leave a comment

Human Superiority Might Be An Evolutional Fault

Charles Robert Darwin (12 February 1809 – 19 April 1882) is the first man ever who seriously put into severe debates the question about the evolution of humans and animals which, you know, resulted from a process that he called natural selection.  Darwin spent most of his life studying the different stages of their development, the usual mental and physical signs that distinguished them from each other and the special features in their behavior. In fact, Darwin’s unique scientific theory of the evolutional process of organisms hides much deeper questions in human mind that you can even imagine.  His plausible theory makes me sometimes contemplate over the following:

“Is humankind the only predominating breed in our planet?” and “Whether this breed is superior to all of the rest? “

At first, obviously – yes. People, however, often subconsciously show that it’s unfounded of them to pretend being more precious, kinder or more superior to animals, for example, except for their ability to reasonably speak and communicate.  We all too often become victims of our own egotism. I mean we often think we have the right to whop, hurt, fight or kill someone else without a reason. Do you think we have the right to destroy because of the fact we think we are “predominators”? Who are we to kill a living soul, a living creature, a child of some mother?” Who am I to judge?” and even “Who is the judge to judge?” Isn’t he a person, too? But, yes, yes, yes… this is a country which has lows; this is an authority which has rights and so… I know that and I also know it is the only way to keep things in order.  But something has to change, something which can make us a better breed.  Don’t believe me? – watch The experiment (2010)movie.


The abovementioned theory of natural selection is the process by which genetic mutations that enhance reproduction become and remain, more common in successive generations of a population.  These creatures have better genes to survive in the wild and adjust to unfavourable conditions.  They have the right to kill, to fight because they have to survive. They don’t vie with each other for money or drugs; they neither steal cars nor do they commit a crime for a handful of jewelry.

 Then, again, Why the hell* are we  better and more superior to other animals on that planet?  Or all

 this is our vindication that human superiority might be an evolutional fault ?

…let’s try to be humans…

“The real and lasting victories are those of peace, and not of war.” Ralph Waldo Emerson

June 10, 2011 Posted by | Psychology and Science | Leave a comment

The “magic” stream of Cleopatra


These waters are so-called “the magic stream of Cleopatra” (Pamukkale, Turkey) because an ancient legend uncovers the secret of the last pharaoh of Ancient Egypt who loved to bathe in these waters in the ancient past BC. Furthermore, the legend says that when a person bathes in this stream he can feel unusual ten-year rejuvenation on him by the time goes by.

All that myth sounded extremely interesting heard by the words of our male guide. I couldn’t believe I was standing in front of the BC history, nor I was completely able to believe in his words. I was just looking how people enjoyed swimming in the river; how they seemed to believe and hope in that ancient legend they were exposed to. Although the river was dirty and unpleasant at some spots people were swimming and laughing as if they could deeply breathe the air and feel that ancient atmosphere.

Here comes the question of money. Of course, as every other world-famous destination, each person should pay an entrance fee before he could take a bite of that great experience. The entrance fee was 10 euro and guess – no one did it. A lot of people in our group, however, thought it was an effing dispensability to pay this fee because nobody apparently believed in miracles. This is exactly what I think is wrong with us – our dispensability to believe in miracles, to hope, to dream big…  It is not worth paying 10 euro to take a bath in the “stream of Cleopatra” only, but it is worth paying this money to believe that these waters have a magical power to change destiny.

      …we exist when we hope…

June 7, 2011 Posted by | My Photos | 1 Comment


” Age is only a number, a cipher for the records. A man can’t retire his experience. He must use it. Experience achieves more with less energy and time.” Burnard Baruch

A quote that best describes my attitude towards “experience”

As taken by our own experience and history, you know, there are moments in life which cause positive influence on a person and ones which send him in the abyss of sorrow. We properly call these moments under the name of the word “experience” because they reflect our feelings, emotions and perceptions about life.

Experience, in my opinion, is a happening which shapes each person as an individual character, with different features, single memories and life philosophy. It is the basis of life, the prime paragraph of a human’s history; it’s like the first cry of a baby – inevitable condition of the human nature. Each action is a new experience because it can never be erased from the face of the Earth, even if a person strives to dig that experience in the depths of his self-conscious. We all live with our own actions, with our own experience; that’s why each one of us has his private stock of feelings, reminiscent memories and philosophical proofs about the human existence.

There are moments in life, however, which can never be forgotten. There are ones which can only stop ceaselessly lingering in our minds, but they stay there locked forever – intact unforgettable, alive… and, as Daniel Goleman’s says in one of his greatest books : “simultaneously recalled and instantly turned into emotions controlled by an anatomical part of the brainstem – the amygdale “.

As I mentioned above, experience makes each person unique of his nature. Let’s imagine for a while that we live in a world deprived of emotions, action or everyday happenings. Then, do you think that the world will be worth living? I don’t think so because we will look like 21st century highly-organized robots in the middle of nowhere; we will not have that basis and natural incentive to start living. How could humans then live as both – artificial robots and breathing creatures? I deem that a person is not born on this world just to live, but to make sense of that living (sounds like a cliché, but it’s true). We enter in a kind of paradox, however, which proves that the only possibility for a person to build the basis of his emotions and feelings is his experience and again as Goleman’s says “the emotional intelligence”.

That’s one of the reasons which make me believe that a person is both – valuable in the essence of Universe and unique of the Mather nature. My perceptions about the meaning of the word “experience” have prompted me to write down all my experience in the “funny/ edifying stories” category. The mere fact I share them with the mass of people means that I am neither afraid of my life history, nor am I a slave of my own existence.

April 11, 2011 Posted by | Personal Thoughts, Psychology and Science | 1 Comment

A Blink of Sublimity

…Up, down, up and down…  I feel the vehemence burning in my heart. Flames of power and motivation speed the rhythm up. My muscles burn and thrills of energy slide through my bloody-violet veins. I look straight up into the white skies feeling the immortality of nature and the essence of reality. These feelings energize my goal-oriented behavour and motivate me to get stronger both physically and spiritually.

“I could see myself flying, like an eagle, observing worlds from above.  Thousands of disparate people, having disparate aims, were looking at me hesitatingly. Some of them wanted to shoot me and I could clearly see them full of effing* evil.  The world neither seemed affable nor did it actually was.  Others, however, dared to put their guns down and see the world from another perspective – a better perspective.  But they were all merged in a common endeavour – the purpose of getting rich. At that moment, however, I couldn’t imagine being rich, getting down there instead of having the agility to fly high in the skies. “

… Up, down, up and down… the process of doing pull-ups had already turned into a deep contemplation on reality. But did all this stuff matter or worth thinking of when I could reach the sublimity to control my energy, the opportunity to set my mind free and the ability to motivate my own passion?

I stopped thinking about reality and concentrated on my physical outfit, my mental outfit.


Then… up and down, up and down… until my breath was completely over….

The geat blessing of mankind are within us and within our reach; but we shut our eyes, and like people in the dark, we fall foul upon the very thing we search for, without finding it.

March 31, 2011 Posted by | Incredible Stories | Leave a comment

“Goodness is the only investment that never fails”

When I was smaller I spent a lot of time, especially during the long summer holiday, staying in my village and living with all those moments that have shaped me free, that have made me love the calm atmosphere and the specific harmony that the village devoted to its peasants. It was a great time, time that I will always remember and that would probably never come again, just like people can never enter the beautiful dream they had last night. It was a peaceful state of bliss, but we change and so do people, animals, places around us…

George Eliot : “What do we live for if it is not to make life less difficult for each other.”

… So, I begin my story with the quote of one of the most valuable English novelists in 19th century – George Eliot.

It was a hot summer day and all the members of my family had decided to get together and had lunch under the big sunshade in our comprehensive colorful garden. Of course, I couldn’t bear sitting on the chair all the time, so I decided to go out and take a walk with one of my friends. We got a ball and headed for a place resembling a stadium – a bushy, grass-overgrown place which children from the village played football and, even consciously unrealizing, they enjoyed the beautiful years they were trapped in at that age.

After some time when our desire for playing football was broken because of the beaming sunrays, we took the road back to our homes. While we were walking, I heard a loud woman voice, coming upward a ditch and we rushed to the place to see what was happening. We saw an old white-haired woman, about 80, who were screaming for help because one of her hens was fallen in a deep ditch and couldn’t get out. The poor hen was striving to jump, but the ditch was too deep to be jumped over because of the dense mud and sticky ooze from which were growing long bulging ferns. The old women sincerely asked me to help her and I couldn’t say anything but “Okay”; I consciously became aware of my duty- to help.  I got into the ditch which was about one meter deep and it looked as if it wasn’t a big problem to solve. I did think of nothing, but to help this old woman; I got down and stretched my hand to catch the hen, but it was moving really fast, it was jumping and crowing, so I realized that it was a hard task. One of my next attempts was accompanied with a raucous plopping into the water-ooze ditch. I was a small child; I remember, small enough to start crying like a baby. It was an unpleasant experience because I was all in mud, from head to toes. We went on our way to home and when I turned back to see the women – it was happy and smiling. There is nothing, I felt, happier than to make an old person happy, a person with deep and rich experience.

When I reached it I felt somewhat relieved, but my relief was interrupted again by the deafening laugh of my relatives …

There is nothing better to help people in need; there is nothing satisfying than to feel a real hero just for a moment.

I have recently read one of Yordan Yovkov’s greatest novels “Seraphim” – and I just felt like the main hero…

January 26, 2011 Posted by | Experiences/Moral | Leave a comment

A bottle of water or what ?

Oscar Wild (16 October 1854 – 30 November 1900), a world-famous Irish writer and poet, has said that: Experience is one thing you can’t get for nothing.

Experience is the “formula” which shapes and energizes my life-oriented behaviour. It is what makes people better by nature, living in not so better “by nature” a world; it is what has helped me become wise enough to appreciate it and what has prompted me not to repeat any mistakes in life.

In Oscar Wild’s short quotation is hidden not only a lot of sense, but a great experience as well. So, in my opinion, experience can have negative effect on people only if they are unable to get it for anything, or said in other words – if they are able to get it for nothing.

In this connection I will tell you one of the funniest moments I have experienced in my life. Unfortunately, I feel lack of creating a fully illustrated picture because I was a really small child and some of my memories have just gone away, but it’s a life-changing one, so it worths mentioning:

My family and I were on a visit to my grandparents’ house for a dinner. We were all gathered  together and it was time for the usual Saturday dinner. There was a noise of loud music, I remember, and they were all speaking, screaming and laughing at some topics that were yet stupid to me. To the best of my memory I was playing with a big “complicated” constructor and suddenly I felt the need to drink water because I felt as thirsty as an Arabian camel in the middle of a long trip through the Sahara. I scampered off immediately to the fridge where my grandmother usually kept the bottles of freshly cool water, and saw a 500 ml. bottle of mineral water in front of me…  Then, however, in a definite period of time the funny atmosphere in the sitting room was abruptly  interrupted by my voice of crying. My mother immediately rushed to the kitchen to see what was wrong with me and … unexpectedly… she saw that her little boy had drunk one third of the bottle full of freshly cool home-prepared brandy. I was crying because I felt as if my mouth was burning and I was just a small child who has never experienced before  such a bitter feeling in his life. It was a really comical  situation in terms of the others, but not so funny to me due to the fact I had taken the brandy for a real mineral water… funny, yeah?

Although it was a quite funny experience, I think that it has changed me in some way or another. I have never liked drinking alcohol in contrast to some of my friends who always drink at parties or often feel the need to get drunk as a lord at personal meetings …anyway. I have never felt that thirst and less – the thirst to smoke cigarettes – they can cause a severe health disturbance…

I am happy that I tried to experience the bad effect of the ethyl still at young age and proud of having grown wise enough to take care of my own health.

November 6, 2010 Posted by | Experiences/Moral | Leave a comment

Innocent Shopbreaking

One of my favourite quotes belongs to the American motivational speaker and best-selling author – Denis Waitley: “Happiness cannot be traveled to, owned, earned, worn or consumed. Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace, and gratitude.”
There are some vivid moments in my life which are always commit to remember when I read this quote, which make me smile as soon as I remember them. These moments have the power to control my feelings, to “send for” the happiness when the dark side of the world is falling on me; they energize my emotions and send me back to the years of youth.

One such storey I will never forget belongs to the group of the vivid experience which is still lingering in my mind:

I was a small child and the story essence took place in my village – a small elegantly settled village near Dimitrovgrad. It was a hot summer afternoon when the disastrous rays of the sun were starting to faint and to lose its influence on sweltering people on the streets. It was about 8 p.m and it was time for the usual every-day hide-and-seek game that was an unalterable part of the children daily round. I was 8. As soon as the sun lost its powerful effect on us we got together in the middle of a big green lawn near my house and started to divide ourselves into separate teams. As it happened the game started…

The chaser was counting on a flight of stairs which separated a big shop-window from the pavement and a small tiny street in front of the shop. I knew a girl who could run really fast and nobody was able to leave her behind him. After some games which was filled with laugh and a lot of fun it was turn of the culmination game set. The girl I have just mentioned was the chaser. She started to count and it was time we all to find some unusual, but appropriate place to hide. After some time she stopped counting and started to walk around like a fox searching for its pray in order to see some of her scapegoats. Many of my friends tried to be in free, but nobody could get over the fast-running legs of this girls. I stayed quietly alone under a cross-parked car alongside the lawn and started searching for a way to get myself to the big shop-window. It caused a stir in my heart when we turned face to face and I saw her eyes which gave me a look of a brave runner. We rushed toward the flight of stairs in order one of us to get there first. We were running as hard as we can, but I realize that I had some kind of advantage to her, so this fact stimulated me more to get first to the place. I was running so fast that I couldn’t stop my legs and… …… …  I found myself into the shop.

I had first, but I had broken the shop-window and flew over straight into the shop. I got really frightened because that was my uncle’s shop and I didn’t know what his reaction would be… I couldn’t believe that I broke the window, but thanks to my luck I was unhurt. When I found myself into the shop I started crying, but as soon as I was aware of being unhurt I burst into laughter. However, my laughter didn’t last long until I got my punishment – a weak without a bike (it looked to me like a day without water)… it was alright.

…I think that the world will be better if each one of us have similar stories to share, if each one of us recall them more often than the negative ones, if each one of us tries to capture them forever…

November 1, 2010 Posted by | Experiences/Moral | 1 Comment

Life in the 22nd century

The limits of possible:

What would human life look like in the 22nd century? Whether human existence will unexpectedly undergo a complete or a partial change and, if so, to what extend it is going to influence on humankind of that time? How life and customs of people will alter and in what direction they are going to – positive or negative?

There have certainly been number of moments in which each one of us has asked such questions and these questions have provoked him to deeply think, to brilliantly imagine life on Earth in approximately 90 years. They have made him think of the structure of countries, social processes, culture and values of people, innovative technologies and so; therefore, that person has been forced to ruminate over whether on our planet will be created a new life, different from the present-day, a perfect and full of wonderful moments life or… life peculiar to evil and negative expectations for our destiny. Of course, no one could certainly predict with a 100% accuracy the future so far in time; however, tracing the present-day technologies, the development of the human cultural, moral standards and beliefs can partially create a perfect picture in human imagination.

The onset of change:

If the material world of people in the 21st century looks like a sophisticatedly-organized organism with all its functions and vital processes, then, life in almost a century will be put under a complete metamorphosis and will look like a system of organs which fill the existence (body) of ordinary men.

On the first place, perhaps, I should mention the development of the nowadays technologies and their progress in all scientific fields. Undoubtedly, specific application in life will take place the “computer-modified organism” or so-called robots. Our luxuries and everyday needs will be easily satisfied by the help of those “live” machines which tend to obey each order of their masters.

An important step will be made in technical-transport machinery with the invention of a water-fuelled engine. That will be one of the biggest inventions among humankind which will probably be accepted with a great dozen of negativism by the different countries. It means, however, that the price of water will probably rise and all these innovations will contribute to development of high-technology machines, stronger satellite connections and light-propelled spaceships which will have a complete physical power to fully investigate some forms of extraterrestrial life on other planets. Visits and highly paid excursions to those planets, mostly to the Moon, will drastically increase and some well-off people will have the full opportunity to take a look of some places yet untouched by the human arm.

When a huge progress in the high-modern technologies finally takes place, then, it will positively influence on creating effective immune drugs into the field of medicine. The fact that we are on the verge of synthesizing successful anti-cancer drugs makes me think that in 100 years there will certainly have such a progress and successfully synthesized medicaments which will undoubtedly have the right formulas to improve the most destructive illnesses in the world; these innovations will drastically improve the “demographic boom” of these incurable 21-century deceases.

In my opinion, with the development of the future high-quality technologies and the ultra-powerful machinery a huge step toward drastic change will be made in verbal and educational culture of folks. Unfortunately, a big number of little-spoken languages and linguistic communities will undergo a significant drop, some of which will become completely extinct. A lot of refined skills and useful features give opportunity to myriad species to survive in different environments, thus, the need of linguistic variety fully supports this argument. In my opinion, the existence of every single language enriches the social history of communities and a big part of its cultural identity; it strengthens the abundant number of knowledge and interests about life of other nations. English will predominate in terms of every linguistic initiative and each one of us will have the opportunity to speak, write, read, listen or use English as a means of massive communication. Thanks to the future high-modern technologies, not only little spoken languages will become instinct, but also a lot of new will also appear which will become a precondition for the creation of new social communities. Moreover, people then will have the needed mental, physical and technological abilities for an ultra-rapid modernization of the present-day languages which will totally reverse the usual standard of living that people now know.

Finally, here comes the philosophical question “What changes will assume people’s minds, way of thinking, values and moral standard during the 22nd-century society. Every one of us is clearly aware of the fact that a lot of countries nowadays have begun slowly to fall into a severe political, economical and social crisis. This crisis finds expression in already mature social and inter-political conflicts in all areas of institutional governments. Our standards and moral values will drastically change and, unfortunately, will turn into a common aim – a tendency for easy enrichment and fast-speed profiteering; and once happened, the spiritual and aesthetic culture of the present-day Homo sapiens will be stricken by the material world – a familiar norm of thinking to people nowadays which gives us nothing, but a lack of common faith to support us during the years. The process of cultural and intellectual decline has developed its steady mechanism with the men’s entering in the 21st-century postmodern culture. At present, such a similar habit is perceived as a vice. Indeed, however, do you want to know why people nowadays can find a lot of blind statues and eyeless monuments in all sides of the world ? The truth is hidden beyond the sense that when a certain sculpture has two eyes, it can watch whenever she wishes. However, when it has one eye only, that means its look is directed wherever it has been ordered  to craving for domination, authority and government. Corruption, personal domination, power as well as oblivion in our traditions and values have threatened human existence. The 22nd century will be on the verge of full intellectual forgetfulness, but it will be strong enough to surmount the forthcoming evil through its physical and psychological strength…

What is wrong with change?

Here is the reason for the ceaseless attempts and subsequent failures: like most intelligent animals, people behave the way that they think it’s appropriate to. That’s wrong… Likewise, these people think it’s alright because they have been indoctrinate with that idea of thinking so and behaving that way. And if they suggest that human being is the God of the Mother of the Earth mainland, then, this suggestion is the God of human. Therefore, who chooses which suggestions to be visible to people and which to be hidden? God or some other extraterrestrial power? Well, actually, faith in God was that force, which has been supporting peoples in hard years of wars, natural disaster or upheavals. I don’t say that I belief in God as a  High Power which takes care of all humankind and expiate people’s sins whenever they pray in church on a Sunday morning – no. I think and can openly say that I BELIEVE IN GOD, but not in that “most-famous” God who I mentioned above and who demands from us to pray forgiveness. I believe in the conception that God is centered in me – in my heart and my soul. For example, every time when I want to absolve my sins or just to ask for a help, I can search for that God who live in me, for that Heavenly Father who controls my actions, thought and faith. God lives in each human’s soul; it’s not the most essential thing God to exist in those endless white Heavens with thousand of angels around him who have the pure mission to ceaselessly guard our lives. The most important thing is to believe to ourselves, to find out how to control or ask for a help these High Powers (God and angels) who exist in our hearts, minds and souls.

I think, however, that it’s quite possible the lack of moral values and fast-growing 21st technologies to affect people’s unaware beliefs or worse – fully to destroy them. Without any beliefs, however, humans will build excellently equipped and precisely armed forces for control over the nature. That’s the next thing we should carefully think of – the control over Mother Nature. There may be created ultra-powerful weapons of fast destruction of the Earth; hence, all world nations will have the courage to use their technical and physical opportunity to create and develop nuclear weapons much more powerful than those presently known as the A-bomb (Atomic bomb), the H-bomb (Hydrogen bomb) or the boosted fission weapon, all of them have been responsible for a high-speed destruction and a radioactive contamination… If these likely forthcoming dangers are not prevented on time, huge areas of vegetation may be destroyed. Where once have had thousands of evergreen trees will have only dry-topped ones unable to the producers of life anymore… I want to add something here: there are two more episodes of creating the whole picture which I can’t fully understand and explain – these are the time of cold and the time of heat. My minds hints me that these extreme periods will not last long or, otherwise, nothing on this planet will be left alive. Cold refers to the eclipse of the solar system and heat, on its hand, to the global worming and severe ozone depletion. However, if all that happens, then, what would be the thing to protect and support humankind?; what will they be tending to believe in?; who will they lean against and pray?… God? … I don’t think so. A big part of people will have already erased its belief in God which has been keeping it since ancient times. With every passing year belief in God will diminish, hence, leading to discard of national traditions and customs. On the other hand, this anarchy will cause pains and discord in human existence…All these probable times of troubles will undoubtedly lead to separation of nations in different social structures. Yes, but the need of mutual support and belief in their own “Gods” will make people unite and inspire confidence and hope in their hearts to seek for a positive outlook.

Will that be our reality?

The mechanical division between different social classes, the obsession for supreme power and authority will get partially wiped out by the need of a common ideal – a valuable existence. Unfortunately, I fear that in the 22nd century people won’t be able of any change. They will go on developing more and more, will go on living with the same value they believe in, will have the real opportunity to moral and physical recover, but they will choose the destiny of their own predetermination, will go on living in the reality of their human existence, full of motivation to develop, master and control our planet…

..I hope what I mentioned above will never come to the surface and will always stay locked in this text…


October 2, 2010 Posted by | Personal Thoughts | 2 Comments


Sometimes she can make me feel like no one ever could…

Sometimes she can make me laugh like few people ever could…

Sometimes she can make me forget the Evil on Earth…

Sometimes she can notice my sadness or happiness…

Sometimes she is my best fellow…

Sometimes I think she is sent to me to make my world better…

… I wish to hold this “sometimes” Forever… and think she knows it…

September 1, 2010 Posted by | My Photos | Leave a comment