10 ways to spend Christmas (if you’re alone)

Red bell in Christmas tree - photo and watermark by Andrada Anitei

Life's challenges strike in the most unexpected moments. And one of the most difficult times to handle is to spend Christmas or New Year’s night by ourselves. However, this doesn't have to be an episode filled with sorrow, if we can look at it in a positive light. Therefore, (if you are alone) for Christmas … Continue reading 10 ways to spend Christmas (if you’re alone)

How I met Santa

They say Santa Claus shares presents only on Christmas day. And that he's a myth, in fact. But I believe completely the opposite: he's definitely not a myth and he can spread that energy of kindness all year long. If only we would be more receptive to that! Let me tell you how I met … Continue reading How I met Santa

The man, the moon and the casquette – Chapter 1 (full)

A simple man During daytime, he's a hero for the others. Yet, when the night-time comes, he walks dragging his feet towards what seems to be a lifetime in disbelief. People adore him. People praise him. And people say that all the words in the world are not enough to thank him for his deeds. … Continue reading The man, the moon and the casquette – Chapter 1 (full)

23 years later…

When I was young, more specifically 10 years of age, my parents used to take me to these conferences. The conferences of a writer and a very wise man. A man who used to preach about love among people and hold praying sessions. I used to play around the place when I got bored. I … Continue reading 23 years later…