Enjoying life

31 May, 2012

   The old, barely original, slogan, “Stop worrying and enjoy life,” seems to be the favorite message for our government. It could be translated into “relax!, don’t you worry about the crisis, keep on spending, while I watch out for everything.” This is said rather than meant, for after looking at the growing unemployment statistics, relaxing is but a remote dream. In spite of everything, the unions’ choir also keeps repeating that there is nothing wrong, meaning “stop worrying and enjoy unemployment—if it ends you will get compensation.” Therefore, stay happy, even if jobs come to an end. Read the rest of this entry »

Forms of Marriage

23 May, 2012

   At a very crowded pro-family demonstration which took place in Madrid, one of the placards read, “Pedro y Antonio, no son matrimonio” [Pedro and Antonio make no married couple], but those who support the gender ideology insist on calling two same-sex persons, whether two men or two women, a married couple. They defend that marriage is a merely social convention, much like a varnish somehow covering sexual relationships between opposite-sex people. Read the rest of this entry »

The twilight of duty

17 May, 2012

    Today, underlying the aim to destroy fundamental dogmas, there emerge new dogmas such as subjective morality and full individual autonomy. Read the rest of this entry »

Paradoxical situations

4 May, 2012

   “Do you remember a hundred years ago?” Whenever I pose this question to some friends, they reply, “What? Are you kidding me? I wasn’t born by then!”

   Of course, it is just logical—isn’t it a wonderful mystery to have ever come to existence? Then, how can dying ever be better than staying alive? What is hidden behind such gloomy and macabre actions by dominant ideologies? Read the rest of this entry »