The Cult of Reason was France's first established state-sponsored atheistic religion, intended as a replacement for Catholicism during the French Revolution. After holding sway for barely a year, in 1794 it was officially replaced by the rival Cult of the Supreme Being, promoted by Robespierre. Both cults were officially banned in 1801 by Napoleon Bonaparte … Continue reading Why Did The French Revolution Dared To Bore People?
Today I read an article by the New Yorker talking about witches. I know a lot about witches and that's why I'm going to cite several songs that mention that special magic. I'm talking about teeth and nails. Witchcraft is about a small detail that can make a big difference. For example, take that blog … Continue reading Is Magic About Taking Care Of Teeth And Nails?
The police has a difficult job: most of the time, lives are at stake. Maybe like a fireman or a doctor. In other words, those are jobs where the pressure is high to a point where the word reason doesn't mean something. I guess we all know the risks even though one could argue all … Continue reading The Breathtaking Truth About Police And Population.
I already talked about love in a previous post. If both of you have the permit you can expect miracles like "chabadabada". But is love a drug and, if it is, who can deal pure lovine giving you the right direction? I try to get out of my home everyday: maybe I'm trying to answering … Continue reading Why Love Hasn’t Been Totally Forbidden Yet.
Readers of that blog know I'm haunted by several persons. A friend, an uncle from my mother, and other people. It's hard to deny there's a kind of war going on. Sometimes it's difficult to see the war: East vs West or Man against Man? One thing is sure though: your allies will be critical … Continue reading What If The Dead Had Lost A Battle?
Today I want to write about India and the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa). This alliance is a bit surprising because you can't help but wonder how one can collaborate correctly with someone far away. I guess if it's not urgent then you could imagine this alliance and the BRICS might be … Continue reading 7 Billion Souls Await The Next Move.
Today I was thinking that life was just a game. Of course one should also think about severity, cruelty and being serious. But according to Grazia magazine, there are 3 things girls should forget when they want to engage in a relationship with a boy. It seems one should abandon those techniques because it makes … Continue reading 3 Flirting Techniques You Should Abandon.
Europe and America are facing a heatwave at the moment. But it seems it's the only way we found to have empathy for people of Bagdad. Like a divine transference that would say: you are under the same sun so stop fooling around and let the UN do the work. Bagdad is the hottest city … Continue reading What’s The Hottest City In The World?
This post was inspired by a song from Dire Straits ("Private Investigations"). I also have lots of views from Myanmar lately and this is for them. Much has been said about health on that blog. But I have a hint from a basketball medical team called the Phoenix Suns. They say when you are ill, … Continue reading According To Phoenix, You Compensate
A serious music insight by Queen's epic song "Innuendo" reveals that innuendos could be the fundamental thing to watch when you face injustice and impunity. As hard as it is for me to write about that, I guess it's a strong clue about problems we face with injustice and impunity. For example, when I was … Continue reading Justice Is A Matter Of Innuendo