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RAGGIUNGERE IL SOGNO

Veröffentlicht von am in RAGGIUNGERE IL SOGNO

La questione non è cosa facciamo, ma come lo facciamo.

Ricordo, in proposito, una colazione che gustai anni fa alla stazione centrale di Milano in un momento di massima concitazione mattutina. Tre file di persone e, dietro il bancone, la Bellezza nel Quotidiano dei due baristi che, immersi nella recita di quella che sembrava una gag comica, si facevano in quattro per servire e scherzare con tutti.

Fra una spremuta per la «bella rossa» e un caffè per il «baffo del west», prendeva vita la meraviglia di chi lavora con passione regalando ad ogni sguardo un’attenzione dedicata o una battuta come «Sarebbe il colmo se lei perdesse il rapido a causa di quest’espresso», o «Signora, che differenza c’è tra un caffè e un uomo? Direi nessuna visto che entrambi la rendono nervosa».

Se in questo momento fossimo tentati di giustificare con la mancanza di tempo il nostro essere persone seriose che lavorano a testa bassa, dovremmo andare in quel bar all’ora di punta e sperimentare come qualsiasi momento sia perfetto per lasciare che a cantare la vita, sia il nostro cuore.

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I BRONTOLO, PISOLO E BIANCANEVE CHE VIVONO IN NOI

È più forte di loro, non lo fanno apposta. Sono uomini e donne che si svegliano e sono già di cattivo umore.

Qualsiasi persona incontrino, incarna l’immediato bersaglio contro il quale scagliare il profondo malcontento che li abita.

Si comportano come i teen-ager ben rappresentati dall’adolescente ‘Menabotte’, un personaggio di “Asterix e i Normanni” che viene mandato nel villaggio degli irriducibili galli per diventare uomo.

Menabotte, come ogni adolescente, è dotato fin dal primo mattino di due armi: il “fa tutto schifo” che gli permette di manifestare il disagio del proprio corpo che muta, e il “quel che dici è sbagliato” necessario per contrastare l’adulto e crearsi una propria identità. Fin qui il processo rientra nella normalità.

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SE LE ASPETTATIVE NON SONO DESIDERI MA CATENE

Me lo ricordo benissimo, quel giorno, perché ero in ospedale a fianco di mia figlia nata da poche ore. In camera con me una primipara con il suo piccolo Matteo.

Era l’ora delle visite e i due bebè dormivano beatamente quando la stanza, con l’arrivo dei nonni paterni e del padre di Matteo, si riempì di chiacchiere e regali.

Quando il piccolo si svegliò, la madre lo prese in braccio dicendo: «Nonni, vi presento Matteo». La risposta dell’anziano patriarca in doppio petto blu, mi lasciò senza parole, ma non senza pensieri.

Disse: «Benarrivato Matteo, anzi, ingegner Matteo» aggiungendo che, in una famiglia di ingegneri, era il traguardo minimo che ci si potesse aspettare. La madre del piccolo abbassò lo sguardo velato di tristezza e, mentre marito e suocera tacevano rassegnati, il nonno, impettito, sorrideva soddisfatto a tutto campo.


Io osservavo la culla del più giovane ingegnere che avessi mai conosciuto e mi immaginavo cosa sarebbe successo se anche lui, come Lorenzo, avesse disatteso i diktat familiari.

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Veröffentlicht von am in RAGGIUNGERE IL SOGNO

Here's to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round pegs in the square holes... the ones who see things differently -- they're not fond of rules... You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them, but the only thing you can't do is ignore them because they change things... they push the human race forward, and while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius, because the ones who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world, are the ones who do. Steve Jobs

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Veröffentlicht von am in RAGGIUNGERE IL SOGNO

Cancer is a natural phenomenon you can live with and it can heal itself. It’s confirmed by a Swiss research By Edward Campbell - Posted on January 4, 2014 What if you could live with cancer? The question sounds provocative, but the answer is fascinating: yes, you can. Do you want evidence of it? During the 8th National Congress of homeopathic medicine in Verona (1) , held in November 2008 , results were presented of autopsies performed in Switzerland on corpses of dead people not for disease - for example, in a car accident - and the results proved that many of them had one or more tumors, but they did not know they have them. This specific investigation revealed something shocking : 38% of women (between 40 and 50 years old) had a breast tumor (in situ); 48% of men over the age of 50 had a tumor (in situ ) to the prostate; 100 % of women and men over the age of 50 had a tumor (in situ) to the thyroid. A tumor in situ means a closed carcinoma, locked in his capsule, non-invasive, which can remain in this stage for a long time and even regress.

The clinical and social psychologist Luigi De Marchi, author of numerous essays known internationally, also confirms that cancer is not necessary lethal: "It isn’t odd that, in the autopsies on the bodies of the old farmers living in our most remote valleys, I found tumors naturally regressed and neutralised by the body itself: they are all people who were healed by one of their tumors and then they died for other reasons totally independent from any tumor pathology. " Exposing his doubts about the usefulness of diagnosis and cancer treatments, De Marchi ( 2 ) wonders: "If the highly ballyhooed diffusion of cancerous diseases in the recent decades throughout the western world could be an optical illusion, produced by the diffusion of early diagnosis of cancers that once went unnoticed and regressed naturally? And if the so trumpeted increase in cancer death was only the result of the scare to death caused by the early diagnosis and by the terrifying climate of the hospitals, or by the debilitation and intoxication produced by invasive, traumatic and toxic therapies used by the official Medicine?

Therefore, if all this was the outcome for the block caused by the anguish that diagnosis and therapies cause to the natural processes of healing and regression of tumors?'. Of course , we know that in the course of life it is "normal" to develop tumors, the same medicine knows that there are thousands of cancer cells produced by the body every day. They are later destroyed and/or swallowed up by the immune system when the body is working properly. Many cancers can regress even if our vital and healing energy (Vis Naturae Medicratix ) is free to act. But what happens to the vital mechanism of self-healing, if after a cancer diagnosis life is literally shocked by the information of the disease? It happens that the power is given to the disease rather than to the possibility of healing. And as Quantum Physics teaches us that the observer changes the observed and our reality depends on the "possibility" that we choose within the field, here is that the tumor is automatically strengthened.

Furthermore, at a biochemical level, we must not forget that chemotherapy destroys all the cells that are quickly reproducing themselves, such as cancerous ones, but also those of the immune system. Here’s how chemotherapy eliminates sick cells, but also those that should heal us. In fact, at best, chemotherapy can counteract the 80 % of the tumor, and the remaining 20 % will be eradicated only and ever by our body. Undergo a session of chemotherapy is therefore not always so favourable, especially in light of the fact that today we known that chemotherapies are a concurrent cause in the tumor’s growth. Any examples? An extensive research conducted for 23 years by prof. Hardin B. Jones, a physiologist at the University of California, in addition to reporting the use of falsified statistics, also proved that cancer patients who are NOT undergo to the three canonical therapies ( chemo, radio and surgery) survive longer or at least no less than those who receive these therapies.

( 3 ) Prof. Jones has shown that women suffering from breast cancer who refused conventional therapies showed a median survival of 12 years and a half, four times longer than that of three years reached by those who are subjected to comprehensive cares. ( 4 ) Another study published in The Lancet of 13.12.1975 (concerning 188 patients with inoperable bronchial carcinoma) shows that the average life of those treated with chemotherapy was 75 days, while those who received no treatments had a median survival of 120 days.

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