Monthly Archives: March 2019

Our images in other people’s worlds

There is something touching about the idea that people live in their own world, in which I belong as a constituent, a world different than mine (I am not a character in my own world, but I am a character … Continue reading

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Cooking toward the unknown

A friend told me a story about how, in his youth, he and his family visited a lady. It was during lent. The lady went to the kitchen and started cooking the “Romanian way.” She took a pan, threw in … Continue reading

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A Star is born: sanctuaries

I rarely react to a movie the way I have when I watched A Star Is Born. This is mainly because of one notion: sanctuary. In fact, I heard some of the actors talking about this idea, that the director created a sanctuary … Continue reading

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