Emptiness == Fullness; God == Evil; You == I; Everything == Void; I == You; Good == Bad; Birth == Death;

Infinity == Everything; You == God; a > b > c > d > a;

All == One;

Where should I invest money? Bolivar of Venezuela

published: 13 feb 2019

money of venezuela

I’m aware that they’re worth less than a toilet paper. However, I invision that sooooon, very sooon… the market will explode and thus the price will skyrocket! Therefore, now I better keep them and create a wise strategy. And then…


You feel humiliated and angry. Why?

published: 10 feb 2019

Someone has questioned your identity. Some has questioned what ego thinks is you. The what you identify yourself with.

The bigger the ego, the easier it is for others to trigger it, whether it be intentionally or not.

This is one of the reasons. Or it may be the ultimate reason :)


How to speak English in Southeast Asia

published: 01 feb 2019

People in Southeast Asia speak little to no English. Even in the Philippines and Malaysia that are thought to be English speaking countries. In reality - no. Philippines and Malaysia do speak and understand English generally better than their neighbours. However, it’s on the surface - they won’t understand and won’t use common idioms, they’ll make grammar mistakes of which they’re unaware because they do and everyone speaks that way in their countries, and the level of their English is basic.

In some countries people may speak more, in some less. Some people may understand and know basic words and phrases.

In general, it’s easier not to bother making your English correct if you’re not a native English speaker, nobody will care anyway about you speaking correctly and won’t be able distinguish between correct and incorrect. And also accept that misunderstanding will take place in the majority of the situations.

The traits:

  • They often use the present simple time whether they’re talking about present, past or future. “Yesterday I go to store”.

  • They don’t use “a” and “the”.


How's Medellín/Colombia not like Chiang Mai/Thailand

published: 25 jan 2019

I’ve heard plenty of times that Medellín in Colombia is called Chiang Mai - 2, and compared with it, due to the fact that both cities are considered ideal for digital nomads and thought to have many similarities.

I disagree with perceiving Medellín like Chiang Mai. Although, Medellin is modern and may be confortable for living for digital nomads, it’s not like Chiang Mai of Thailand. And not even remotely.

  • Medellín is more dangerous than Chiang Mai. In Chiang Mai you can walk during night, at any place and most likely nothing will happen to you.





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