You can do whatever you want

You can. There’s no question about it. The only one who can stop you is, well, you. I know – everyone says that. But there’s something particularly true in what is timelessly repeated.

It’s very easy to find excuses. I don’t want to hurt him. She will be mad at me. I will disappoint them. I will be judged for it. They won’t understand. I don’t know how. What if I fail?

They’re all excuses. Stop this, right now. You can. And you should. Continue reading “You can do whatever you want”

The right to believe

There’s a church near my home, so one of these days, I decided to visit it. But wait – before I continue, it’s important to contextualize the situation: I’m not catholic. Well, ok, I was. I was baptized and all, but decided in my teens to become a spiritualist. That didn’t make me averse to everything catholic, though. I love to visit churches. Continue reading “The right to believe”