We are not all stupid, at least not all the time. Sometimes we search 🔎 for clues and they’re not there; We are not all clueless, though we often want our skies cloudless 🌥; Sometimes what we need is a compass, pointing us another direction where the rain ☔ is at least gentle. We are not all cowards 🐮, if we … Continue reading We Are Not All Stupid
*an absolutely fantastic fictitious work of art* Are my eyes misguiding, do I have microphthalmia? Last time I checked, haven’t abused marijuana; why do I think you look like Lasagna? Your cute soft breasts for layers of cheese, and skin, yea muscles for that of meat: Your lovely pearl is fresh tomato; that curly … Continue reading Oh Sweet Lasagna
Powering Growth in the World’s Youngest Continent Stand-up straight, lace your boots, hold my hand as I take you on a trip into the future of our world. It is 2026- the world hasn’t been destroyed as we feared- at least, not yet! Thoughts of robots destroying humanity sounds ridiculous- Artificial Intelligence is the old … Continue reading Africa 2026: Flipping the Switch
Ecuador There’s a land beyond your towns- beyond the lofty Andes ranges, across rivers and countless mounts; the lushly veggies spread as in embraces. “Welcome to the Amazons”, I hear them whisper. There’s a people there so kind- they beam of joy of lack of worries, lack is nothing when earth provides; they’re full of … Continue reading From East to the Sea:
An Early Look at How Lenin Moreno’s 6month-old presidency has(not) Changed Ecuador It was just the day after he was declared winner of the controversial 2017 General Elections, reporters gathered to asked him a couple of questions. One reporter stood up- “Mr. Moreno, Engineer Glass, I wanted to ask what you would do in your eventual … Continue reading Is Moreno Blond?
Why Secondary Education in Ecuador isn’t Working The immediate past Ecuadorian President, Rafael Correa has been criticized as a man that seeks attention and public praise. This perhaps is why many of his policies are overly advertised, well planned but poorly managed. Education in Ecuador is not an exemption. The government set out to have … Continue reading Escuelita:
The softness of the wind that was fierce last night, the rising of the sun that was hot as hell, the crowing of the cock that that couldn't lay egg- the beauty of the day- yes, another day- they, they remind you, aye, It is dawn! Aye, it is dawn, wake up and be strong- … Continue reading It is Dawn