Be brave

Bravery is a virtue we need to make the world keep spinning. To be brave is to acknowledge the danger around us and, accepting the fears we are dealing with, decide if it is worth it to act or not. To be brave we need to wonder what is happening, what I am feeling, whatContinue reading “Be brave”

Optimism is not positive

When something bad is going on, it is easier to focus on the negative. It is like we are able to see what is wrong instead of all the good things that are there. We tend to judge very harshly on the things that we don’t like or what doesn’t seem right and to obliterateContinue reading “Optimism is not positive”

Ideology does not make up for the wrong things you do

In life, it is important to have the main idea to follow to give meaning and a purpose for what we live and strive for. We may feel keen to philosophy, political tendency, religion, or thought but all of them are enriched by our actions, not the other way around. Ideologies are nourished by ourContinue reading “Ideology does not make up for the wrong things you do”

The conscience as a tell-tale heart

True! –nervous –very, very dreadfully nervous I had been and am; but why will you say that I am mad? The disease had sharpened my senses –not destroyed –not dulled them. Above all was the sense of hearing acute. I heard all things in the heaven and in the earth. I heard many things inContinue reading “The conscience as a tell-tale heart”

Ethics and Morality: their differences

It is common that the concepts of ethics and moral are conceived as synonyms, however it is important to mention that there are important differences in these two concepts that I consider important to highlight. In the first place, the dictionary defines ethics as a set of moral principles and rules that regulate the behavior and relationshipsContinue reading “Ethics and Morality: their differences”