Month: November 2014

Arman Alizad and journey to the end of the soul

You can notice many adventure and philantropic programs shown on a TV nowadays. It has become a sort of mainstream format of program making. Probably emotional stories full of drama are selling easily, and spectators have naturally inner sense of humanity which tends to feel pity for someone. You understand that this concept of a program is definitely a real gold mine for producers and media companies. What comes to sincerity – let the responsibility for it lie with all who are creating this kind of programs, especially with hosts and their conscience. In my opinion a human shouldn’t be skeptic or cynic, but sometimes we have to analyse what is happening around us. Not just criticise but also analyse and give rational arguments. Then we’ll see a light in the end of the tunnel. There was a nice rencontre with a Finnish adventure documentary Arman ja viimeinen ristiretki (Arman and the last crusade) in 2013. Without any flattery, the documentary was grand succès in Finland, and it surprised with its authenticity and love towards …

In Search of Lost Childhood

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, author of The Little Prince, disappeared on his last reconnaissance mission 70 years ago. Saint-Ex was an ordinary genius who loved humankind, and pined always for his magical childhood and its memories. For him adulthood was an exile. This year is an extraordinary year full of anniversaries of different events, which somehow have affected the history and the advancement of humankind. Many of them have been crucial in the footsteps of our past – the publication of Voltaire’s Philosophical Dictionary in 1764, installation of the world’s first commercial electric telegraph line from Paddington station to West Drayton in 1838, start of the First World War in 1914, German invasion of Poland in 1939, D-day landings in 1944, Beatles’ first American number one and start of the British invasion in 1964, and the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 to name a few. Unfortunately many of the above-mentioned events were tragic on both a global and a local, even a personal level. On July 31, 1944, 70 years ago, a French writer, pioneering aviator, aristocrat and …

Have a fun

There is lot of people who want to live in big cities, in vast metropolies; to catch a kind of romanticism of modern, industrial, technical, but often artificial life. I have met the many who sincerely hate big cities, but work and live there for money. It’s all about the money, someone could say. Sometimes yes, but sometimes not. The many play againts their own will, and are ready even for various sacrifices to lost or forget their will, their authentic will of what they want definitely to do. Time has become a luxury. Although there are many well-known brands of high-end, such as brown hand bags with nicely crafted initials LV and a magical little phone from Silicon Valley that blows everyone’s mind even in a such way that someone is able to forget his name, the most important and valuable but forgotten brand is time. We can not sell it, buy it and handle it, even conquer it. It is in the air all time and leads circumstances of our life; our mind, …