Well, before facing this topic I have been meditating and taking time for breathing, alone, in the woods. This is one of the most sensitive subject I am still willing to write about. For the side story, I am one of those who experienced panic attacks and tremors, neurosthenia, physical and mental break down, which … Continue reading Shell Shock: Break Down in WWI. Now they are free.
The part that is envious, cold hearted and devious Greedy, mischievous, global, colonial Bloodthirsty, blind, mindless and cheap Focused on borders and slaughter and sheep Burning of books, bulldozing of homes Given to targeted killing with drones Lethal injections, arrest without trial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qdeW6lY5s8
Now light the candles; one; two; there's a moth; What silly beggars they are to blunder in And scorch their wings with glory, liquid flame— No, no, not that,—it's bad to think of war, When thoughts you've gagged all day come back to scare you; And it's been proved that soldiers don't go mad Unless … Continue reading Repression of War Experience. A poem by Siegfried Sasson.
When I started to look for my purpose, I was recovering from occupational burn out, and PTSD ( except I didn't understand it ). My doctor played a mentor's role in the story and he pushed me to my life questioning. Before that, I was completely unaware and in so-called hamster wheel. In february 2016, I … Continue reading The Pursuit of Happiness vs Search of Meaning.
Since a young Italian girl, the impact of the aftermath of WWI and WWII, into music and cinema took my attention. It goes without saying, that also justifies why I am running this website in english, British and American cultures still have a huge influence on the Italian mood. Something that was so evident, for … Continue reading PTSD and Gene Kelly’s Lost Wartime Star Turn.