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Desiderata, bewishedfull thoughts, Let’s practice them!

Desiderata, poem written by Max Ehrmann in 1927. Bewishedfull thoughts, Let’s practice them!


Chinese Movie CJ7 example that good messages are not boring

It’s been a long time ago that I do not really enjoy a movie as a kid and from the academic point of view because it is dynamic, fun, full of values, well done movie, technically: script and in acting. Thanks to the Chinese director, Stephen Chow.

CJ7, as I said above, it is a movie full of values such as brotherhood, honesty, charity, generosity and the top of them, the triumph of LOVE that makes LIFE good.

The following are the links to find the movie in YOU TUBE:

PART 1 in English 

PART 2 in English

PART 3 in English

PART 4 in English

PART 5 in English

PART 6 in English

PART 7 in English

PART 8 in English

END PART 9 in English










Wati, a 15 year old girl who disappeared in Indonesia’s tsunami 2004 found his family who thought she was dead. She is from Banda Aceh, the most damaged area devastaded 164 thousand people dead a cause of the tsunami and 226 thousand total all over Indonesia.

This girl was used as a slave to work for a woman who left her at the street because ‘her slave’ did not give pity to people since she got older.



Insipirating: Steve Jobs

The whole Steve Jobs’s speech is remarkable, but to me, specially what he thinks about death which is part of life.

…Because life is very likely the best invention of life. It’s life change agent…Sorry to be so dramatic but is quite true. Your time is limited so don’t waste it living someone elese’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others opinions drowned out your inner voice and most important, heve the courage to follow your heart and intuition…everything else is secondary.


Put yourself in another’s shoes, in Amy’s

They tried to make me go to rehab
I said no, no, no.
Yes I been black, but when I come back
You wont know, know, know.

I ain’t got the time
And if my daddy thinks im fine
He’s tried to make me go to rehab
I wont go, go, go.

I’d rather be at home with ray
I ain’t got 70 days
Cos there’s nothing, nothing you can teach me
That I can’t learn from Mr. Hathaway

Didn’t get a lot in class
But I know it don’t come in a shot glass

They’re tryin to make me go to rehab
I said no, no, no
Yes I been black, but when I come back
You wont know, know, know.

I aint got the time,
And if my Daddy thinks im fine,
He’s tried to make me go to rehab,
I wont go, go, go.

The man said, why you think you here?
I said, I got no idea
Im gonna, im gonna loose my baby
So I always keep a bottle near

Said, I just think you’re depressed
Kiss me, yeah baby
And go rest

I’m tryin to make me go to rehab
I said no, no, no
Yes I been black, but when I come back
You wont know, know, know

I don’t ever wanna drink again
I just, ooo, I just need a friend
Im not gonna spend 10 weeks
Have everyone think im on the mend

It’s not just my pride
It’s just til these tears have dried

They’re tryin to make me go to rehab
I said no, no, no
Yes I been black, but when I come back,
You wont know, know, know

I aint got the time,
And if my daddy thinks im fine
He’s trying to make me go to rehab
I wont go, go, go.


Platicando con Tarket’s opinion: The self – destructive behavior of the British singer and composer Amy Winehouse cryied she was sick of the hypocrite society, lies promoted in life and the non solved personal relationships. She was so intense ‘cause things did matter to her and unfortunately could not manage them to change for better.

We all can try to put ourselves in another’s shoes, before judging, and also, do not underestimate depression.

R.I.P. Amy Winehouse Setember 14th, 1983- July 23 rd, 2011

Why to live unhappy?
10 mayo 2011, 9:01 pm
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The Princess of Nebraska


Unfolding over a wild twenty-four hours, follows a young woman named Sasha who has been studying in Omaha, Nebraska, after leaving Beijing, pregnant from a fling with Yang. A Beijing Opera star, Yang was kicked out of the troupe for his scandalous tryst with an American man, Boshen. Yang is now working as a hustler on the streets of Beijing and has cut off all ties to both lovers, even though they still seek contact with him. Sasha arrives in San Francisco with plans to get an abortion, having interrupted her semester for the trip. She is located by Boshen, who wants to lure Yang to America by starting a family with Sasha and her baby. With storied San Francisco and all its vast possibilities in front of her, Sasha begins to rethink her intentions and her future, particularly after meeting and befriending the prostitute X. Source: Yahoo Movies