On the occasion of International Book Day, Espacio Luzarra celebrated, for the sixth consecutive year, the public reading of Cervantes’ classic Don Quixote. In this edition, chapters XXVIII and XXIX[…]
New Acropolis members visited the Victoria Art Gallery in Melbourne. They were primarily interested in two exhibits examining different ways and approaches to change. Big Wheather is an exhibition showcase works by[…]
Based on the book Femme, fille de déesses by Laura Winckler, we delve into the four female archetypes from Greco-Roman mythology that are still relevant today: Aphrodite (Venus), the amorous, Athena[…]
Courage is knowing what not to fear.
Today we live in a world dominated by thousands of music streaming apps catering to a variety of genres. Although Pop, Rock, Jazz, Hip hop, and Electronic Dance Music are all popular, for me Western Classical Music is the shining jewel of the treasure box. It has its own language, awakens emotions, and rehabilitates me […]
Across the globe, we are all living through interesting times, and these unique times are certainly powerful – both in our lives, as well as in human history. From different corners, across multiple forums, I am sure each of us has in the recent weeks and months heard others or indeed ourselves, say: “What a […]
Heraclitus, a Pre-Socratic philosopher of ancient Greece, famously said “you cannot step into the same river twice” implying that everything is constantly flowing like the waters of a river, in movement always, intrinsic to the process of evolution. Following this law of nature, life too is in constant flow, travelling like the river through beautiful […]
Winter is here! Across the northern hemisphere, winter has taken hold. Bangaloreans have brought out their warm clothes, there is a definite nip in the air. In many other parts of the country and the world, winters are harsher, and far more measures are required to counter the chill. To a greater or a lesser […]
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