Resilience

The term “resilience” means “act of rebounding,” and comes from Latin resiliens, present participle of resilire “to rebound, recoil,” from re- “back”+ salire “to jump, leap”. It has its origin in science and technology, meaning the capacity of a material to resist deformation from external forces, its ability to absorb energy when deformed, and release… Read More Resilience

Love (8): When Someone Goes Away Everything That’s Been Done Comes Back

When Someone Goes Away Everything That’s Been Done Comes Back   by Nikola Madzirov In the embrace on the corner you will recognize someone’s going away somewhere. It’s always so. I live between two truths like a neon light trembling in an empty hall. My heart collects more and more people, since they’re not here anymore.… Read More Love (8): When Someone Goes Away Everything That’s Been Done Comes Back