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Incivility reigns supreme

Posted by Paola Bottazzi on

Incivility reigns supreme

It is really disheartening to take a walk in the middle of nature and observe a myriad of waste abandoned on the ground. Among majestic trees, clearings, meadows and expanses of fields appear plastics of all kinds and kinds, construction scraps, litter and an indefinite amount of masks, in the face of all this one really wants to desire the extinction of the human race. That same race that in such a difficult moment should have compacted and rediscovered the desire for union and cooperation to help each other to be reborn to a new life; a life more sensitive...

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They told me: "He is a good horse. It responds to every command. "

Posted by Paola Bottazzi on

They told me: "He is a good horse. It responds to every command. "

They told me: "He is a good horse. It responds to every command.” But, this didn't interest me at all.  I didn't need a being who responded to my every order, like an inanimate object, emptied of its own personality. I wanted you, because it is you; a horse with a painful past and a sparkling personality that just wanted to express itself, without being subjugated. Day after day we gave ourselves, without reserve, to each other, showing everything about us; our strengths and our weaknesses. Time and patience healed old wounds and we became friends. You won't have to...

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It is a question of respect.

Posted by Paola Bottazzi on

It is a question of respect.

Respect should be a prerequisite on any occasion, especially in relationships. This may seem obvious, in fact, any conscientious person would claim to consider this presupposition in everyday life. We recognize its importance and that is why we perceive it as an inalienable right and demand it when it is not recognized. What is the meaning of this common term? “A feeling that leads to recognizing the rights, dignity, dignity and personality of someone, and therefore to refrain from any manifestation that could offend them”.Source Vocabulary Treccani It is a question of respect. Recognizing the rights, dignity and personality of...

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