Michelelia Amodio

” Try and leave this world a little better than you found it, and when your turn comes to die, you can die happy in feeling that at any rate, you have not wasted your time but have done your best.” Robert Baden-Powell Curious, eclectic, enthusiastic and doomed to love philosophy for the rest of my life, I spend most of my days overthinking and writing down my thoughts, trying to tidy them up. By the way, I can also find the time for the most disparate activities: during my life I’ve been indeed a boy-scout, a football referee, the social media manager for the school paper, and I’m still running a philosophical humorous page on Instagram. I think that this blog is the perfect place for me to express myself and spread my creativity.

Time To Resist: a parallel between the present situation and the Italian Liberation

Once, I’ve heard that History is a sequence of events that follow each other in a pseudo-cyclical manner, swirling on a pattern which ideologically could be represented with the shape of a spiral. Every time has its own peculiarity, and can be linked to other events which took place in… Read More »Time To Resist: a parallel between the present situation and the Italian Liberation

Brief discussion on the role and the nature of curiosity

Far from any willing to write about contentious topics, this article will have a softer approach, meant to relax the mind of the reader and offer a little bit of delight and reflection. The theme that I chose this time to analyze is indeed curiosity: a concept that is often… Read More »Brief discussion on the role and the nature of curiosity

Kurdistan: an historical approach to understand the future

One of the most fascinating and deep cultures of the Middle Eastern area is the one belonging to the Kurdish tradition: a population with very ancient roots and a strong sense of identity, but who has a history made of continuous conquering attempts by the external powers coming from the… Read More »Kurdistan: an historical approach to understand the future

The immeasurable beauty of Matera

Have you ever wondered how it would feel, in 2019, to dwell in an ancient cave, the same where your ancestors lived? No, I’m not trying to apply Plato’s teachings in the modern era, but instead I’m talking about something that really happens in one of the most wonderful places… Read More »The immeasurable beauty of Matera

The incredible magic of Gaelic Football

The vast majority of you have most likely never heard about this game, a sport that mixes football, rugby, and handball at the same time. Is it possible, even? Yes, it does, and it’s called Gaelic Football indeed. But, before I tell you more about this pure concentration of adrenaline and… Read More »The incredible magic of Gaelic Football

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