Ligia and I were in attendance at a wonderful event last night, organized by the good folks from Proud To Be Romanian at Cetatea Făgărașului, a medieval fortress whose construction began in 1310 and continued through various repairs and improvements well into the 1630s. It goes without saying that I love medieval fortresses and castles. … Continue reading Proud To Be Romanian at Cetatea Făgărașului
I'd like to help those of you who like me, are dealing with anger issues, and I also want to add a few original pieces of advice to the growing body of self-help articles and techniques for anger management. That is why I made this video. https://youtu.be/PCczwdxNYlI What follows is a close transcript of what … Continue reading Dealing with anger
If you're not familiar with Dr. Charles Eugster, he's 93 years old and began working out when he was 80-something. He's a living, breathing example of the kind of life we could all have when we're older. In this TED Talk, he offers enlightening truths about aging as it currently is throughout the world, and … Continue reading Dr. Eugster on aging, work and exercise
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dzFZcB4hPPs I recorded this over the course of two days (12-13 march 2017) in Bucharest's Sector 1, with a very nice view of Herastrau Park, courtesy of our hotel room at the Pullman. We were there for our spring expo. Enjoy!
Someone asked me to make this video a long time ago. I put off doing it until now and you'll see why as you read on. I am an introvert and have trouble relating to people (to women in particular). Some would label me an extreme introvert with anti-social behavior, although I manage to mask this when … Continue reading How to behave toward women
My use of the term "civilized countries" in my previous video on men's personal hygiene sparked some confusion, so I thought I should clarify what I meant. In this video, I offer a basic definition of "civilization" and some examples to help illustrate my point. You can watch it on YouTube or below.
Here's a short video log I recorded yesterday as I got to thinking about how we as humans tend to separate into groups and sub-groups and identify with them. We form separate cultures and sub-cultures and nowadays, we want to stand apart from what we see as the commercialism and consumerism of modern society. And … Continue reading Group identity and commercialism