What my stay in Corsica has taught me

My previous blog post was about eroticism…this one is about a very different topic, it is actually quite on the opposite side of the emotional spectrum. Somehow this illustrates the fact that being human means having fun and feeling physical or emotional pain, being light and being deep, laughing and crying, going out and staying in, staying away from people, …

Eroticism : being fully alive

Before writing this blog post I danced for three minutes in my living room. Why ? When we spend most of our days on computers, phones and tablets, juggling work assignments, deadlines and household chores…the last thing one feels like doing is writing about eroticism… Dancing a bit allowed me to go from my head to my body, awakening sensations …

When the pandemic turns into an opportunity for reflection and creativity

Like many of you I was in denial of the magnitude of this “thing” for days. I was traveling in Europe visiting my parents, siblings and nephews at the time…just a month ago. I thought the French media was, as usual, being too dramatic…before Covid-19 became a familiar word in our daily vocabulary. They were not kidding. This “thing” was …

Art as an opportunity to contemplate and consider

Visiting art galleries and museums is such an easy way to travel while creating an opportunity to have a good time and reflect on our world. I love looking at sculptures, videos, paintings or photographs that allow me to question my life and my social or cultural conditioning. Artists do convey powerful messages through their creative expression, they allow us …