Shouldn't be the others' faults to justify mine, but their virtues to encourage me to improve. Dario de Judicibus, Torvaianica, August 14th, 2014 Translations Non devono essere i difetti degli altri a giustificare i miei, ma le loro virtù a spronarmi a essere migliore. Ils ne devraient pas être les fautes des autres de justifier mes propres, mais leurs vertus pour m'encourager à faire mieux.
There is a song by Spandau Ballet that I really love: «Through the Barricades». It is the story of a young man and a young woman who love each other. They live in Northern Ireland during the period of the armed conflict in the Seventies and Eighties, and while one is a Protestant, the other is a Catholic. The story is nothing more than a modern version of Romeo and Juliet. The two families are on opposing sides, and in fact they hinder the love of the two youths, but th [...]The «⇆» symbol at the beginning of the summary of an article indicates that the post can be automatically translated.
The publishing crisis certainly has not made life easier for many Italian authors, especially those of fantastic fiction, a literary genre that is not so popular in It [...]
⇆ Presidente Napolitano, ometto il caro perché non mi sento così vicino a Lei e ometto anche l'egregio e lo spettabile perché ho sempre maggiore diffico [...]
Wharf Jeremie, Belem Mission, Haitiby Janusz Gawronski Translation from Italian by Dario de Judicibus The tiny street unfolds between the shacks of the [...]
In a civilized country people educates politiciansnot vice versa. Dario de Judicibus, Land's End, July 16th, 2014 Translations In un Paese civil [...]
⇆ Diritti. Li rivendichiamo se non li abbiamo; protestiamo se riteniamo che qualcuno violi i nostri; dibattiamo se è giusto o meno che altri rivendichino [...]
Civilization is the ability to share what makes us similarin the respect of what makes us different. Dario de Judicibus, Rome, January 20th, 2014 T [...]
When we speak of rights there is often a serious misunderstanding, that is, we think that it is enough to demand something whether it is a right. In reality, w [...]
There are many organizations in the world whose mission is to observe and evaluate countries, cities, companies, associations, and public and private institutions with [...]
Generally I do not publish texts taken from other sites. All articles on this blog are original, they have been written by me or by other authors whom I occasionally h [...]
It's been more than fifteen months since I wrote «But is it really necessary to continue to grow?». In that article I asked myself if the model to pursue was rea [...]
⇆ Quanto è successo con il Monte dei Paschi di Siena non deve affatto sorprendere e in effetti non ha sorpreso nessuno degli addetti ai lavori. Non si tr [...]
Who never used Google Maps or Street View raise his/her hand! OK, maybe someone is there, but there is no doubt that both applications are valuable projects, who [...]
I warn you as of now: if you are rupophobic, that is, if you have an obsession with cleanliness and hygiene, do not read this article. I take no responsibility if you [...]
The F-35 Issue: Food for Thoughtby Gherardo Albano These days there's a big discussion on whether Italy should buy 90 Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning IIs. The ai [...]
One of the major problems of many big brands of the web is that, even if they have a global approach, they remain fundamentally American, that is, they have a mono-cul [...]
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