This a truly inspiring story that reminds us that forgiving is essential to live a better life. Enjoy every second of it, it will change your day! “I wished to tell him that what makes most of us who we are most of all is not our minds and not our bodies and not what […]Read More TED Tuesday with Joshua Prager: “In search of the man who broke my neck.”
A bit late this week but I had to find the right talk. And since everything happens for a reason, that’s what I got for you today. Diana Nyad is a badass, as she will say about herself in this talk. She also reminds us that she needed a team to achieve what she achieved. […]Read More TED Tuesday on a Wednesday with Diana Nyad: “Never, ever give up”
And do the things that you love the most. In my case, because I do obviously love myself very much, it is going to a concert. Last night I have been at George Ezra’s concert at the Electric in Brixton. It was a night hosted by the Brit Awards and there were three other bands (Nothing […]Read More The importance of loving yourself very much.
“The responsibility for Holocaust education is ours. As the number of living witnesses dwindles, we have a sacred task: children today will be the grandparents and great-grandparents of the future. We want them to continue telling this important story to ensure that nothing similar will ever happen again.” – In the 70 years since the trauma of Auschwitz, […]Read More What have we learned?
And what else should you expect by an Italian? I AM my body language. “So when I tell people about this, that our bodies change our minds and our minds can change our behavior, and our behavior can change our outcomes, they say to me, “I don’t — It feels fake.” Right? So I said, […]Read More TED Tuesday with Amy Cuddy: Your body language shapes who you are.
“Human beings are works in progress that mistakenly think they’re finished. The person you are right now is as transient, as fleeting and as temporary as all the people you’ve ever been. The one constant in our life is change.” Enjoy!Read More TED Tuesday: to remind you that everything changes and that we have endless possibilities.