22 a day? Welcome home.

Mullane: A Vietnam vet wants to stop veteran suicides JD MULLANE   | Bucks County Courier Times It’s a statistic that haunts Steve Gibson — an average of 22 U.S. veterans kill themselves each day. “I saw that number and I haven’t been able to forget it. I was appalled,” said Gibson, 69, a Vietnam-era Army vet and retiredContinue reading “22 a day? Welcome home.”

What’s PTSD?

If you agree, we – as human beings – were born to be a whole, balanced, and strongindividuals. Greek philosophers, and physicians, say that the natural state of things is calm and, sophrology – the science that studies the Consciousness – promotes body, mind and spirit harmony (SOS = free from diseases, balances. PHREN = diaphragm, emotional heart and by extension, spirit, conscience. LOGOS = Science, study, speech). So, naturally, PTSD occur as a consequence of aContinue reading “What’s PTSD?”

Achilles in Vietnam and Odysseus in America.

Are you searching for your soul? Then come out of your own prison. Leave the little stream and join the river that flows to the ocean. Like an ox, don’t pull the wheel of this world on your back. Take off the burden. Whirl and circle. Rise above the wheel of the world. There isContinue reading “Achilles in Vietnam and Odysseus in America.”

Let the sunshine. Hair Tribute.

We starve, look at one another, short of breath Walking proudly in our winter coats Wearing smells from laboratories Facing a dying nation of moving paper fantasy Listening for the new told lies With supreme visions of lonely tunes Somewhere, inside something there is a rush of Greatness, who knows what stands in front ofContinue reading “Let the sunshine. Hair Tribute.”

Folco Terzani. The end is my beginning.

War journalist Tiziano’s son, Folco introduces his father way of thinking,  living, and.. dying. Folco tells, also, about his life experience with Mother Teresa. Grown in New York and China, Folco went to look for gurus in Hymalaya and recorded last memories of his father in the book “The end is my beginning”.

Tiziano Terzani. The Italian yogi war journalist.

In loving memory of one of my fave war journalists ever. There are Vietnam and Cambogia reporting, but in Italian. Those of you who speak my home language, go for it, on You Tube. This is with English subtitles.  

Hello, bonjour Vietnam.

Hello, bonjour all Human Kindness 🙂 I have almost finished my book reading of “Tribe”. A few pages left. Thank you Sebastian Junger, and thank your Dad’s, for those inspiring conversations. Me, too, I made a “new world” talking at the table with my daddy, when he left me express my thoughts, once in a while. He passedContinue reading “Hello, bonjour Vietnam.”

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