• We love you, Barcelona

    We love you, Barcelona

    If there is one city you will feel at home right away, that city is Barcelona. Emotions that I easily associate with Barcelona are joy and happiness. This city has a quite unique vibe. Second biggest city in Spain with 1.6 million people, capital of the autonomous region of Catalonia, Barcelona is a very easy going city on […]

  • Can Shakira dance?

    Can Shakira dance?

    Shakira (class of 1977) is a Colombian singer, dancer, actress, performer and musical producer. This performer style evokes desire and happiness. Shakira is particularly famous as top exponent in the Pop Latino music, and for her belly-dancing capabilities.. We can notice her special moves in this Loca official video shot in Barcelona Spain. Shakira’s top album, Laundry Service, […]

  • John Lennon’s legacy

    John Lennon’s legacy

    John Lennon (1940 – 1980), musician, activist, poet, legend, rebel, dreamer, saint, actor, icon, artist, pacifist, lover, sinner. How can we define John Lennon? We can’t, not with one word. Some emotions that this artist is associated with are love and anger. He clearly was an advocate for peace and love, but one can feel the anger in […]

  • Will Hunting Shrink

    Will Hunting Shrink

    Great classic movie with an excellent cast with Matt Damon as main role. The movie got seven Academy Awards winning two of them for best screenplay and supporting actor (Robin Williams) and also winning a Golden Globe. This great scene is a clear display of emotions such shame, guilt, anger and sadness. So what is this scene about? […]

  • Mountaineering Rocks!

    Mountaineering Rocks!

    Mountaineering is hard. Very hard. Everyone who has ever tried climbing a mountain will tell you that. What is that keeps hikers going up then? Why don’t they just turn around and go home, sit on the couch an take a nap? Joy and fear are some of the emotions experiencing while mountaineering. Well, what keeps hikers going […]

  • Ennio Morricone Ecstasy of Gold

    Ennio Morricone Ecstasy of Gold

    One of the greatest contemporary orchestra composer surely is Italian Ennio Morricone. Most famous are his collaborations with movie director Sergio Leone to go and craft a movie style that has been called Spaghetti Western. Ennio Morricone, class 1928, is best known for very many movie soundtracks. We want to remember his most famous like The Good, The […]

  • Van Gogh Starry Night

    Van Gogh Starry Night

    What a brilliant painting! What a color, what a movement and contrast. What singular technique of execution. The rough strokes and hard lines perhaps are also due to the fact that Vincent Van Gogh, in this time of his life, did not have the money to buy brushes, so he had to home made them cutting off his […]

 

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/ November 5, 2013 2:57 pm

We love you, Barcelona

If there is one city you will feel at home right away, that city is Barcelona. Emotions that I easily associate with Barcelona are joy and happiness. This city has a quite unique vibe. Second biggest city in Spain with 1.6 million people, capital of the autonomous region of Catalonia, […]

/ November 3, 2013 9:55 pm

John Lennon’s legacy

John Lennon (1940 – 1980), musician, activist, poet, legend, rebel, dreamer, saint, actor, icon, artist, pacifist, lover, sinner. How can we define John Lennon? We can’t, not with one word. Some emotions that this artist is associated with are love and anger. He clearly was an advocate for peace and […]

/ October 25, 2013 1:27 am

Mountaineering Rocks!

Mountaineering is hard. Very hard. Everyone who has ever tried climbing a mountain will tell you that. What is that keeps hikers going up then? Why don’t they just turn around and go home, sit on the couch an take a nap? Joy and fear are some of the emotions […]

/ October 25, 2013 1:14 am

Alan Watts

Who is Alan Watts? And why does he matter? Alan Watts (1915 – 1973) was an English philosopher and teacher emigrated to America who taught eastern philosophy to a western society. Alan Watts deepened his knowledge of Buddhism and Zen and eastern understanding, writing many books on the matter, attending […]

/ October 24, 2013 11:53 pm

Van Gogh Starry Night

What a brilliant painting! What a color, what a movement and contrast. What singular technique of execution. The rough strokes and hard lines perhaps are also due to the fact that Vincent Van Gogh, in this time of his life, did not have the money to buy brushes, so he […]

/ October 24, 2013 11:28 pm

Golden Temple Amritsar

Surely places can transmit emotions. Ever got the chills as a child passing at down across the street from the “hunted house” in your hometown? Well, then you know what I mean. The Amritsar Golden Temple in the Indian Punjab region is one of those places. In a good way […]

/ October 23, 2013 3:33 pm

Thrill of Skydiving

I remember the first time I went skydiving. I ask the instructor, what if someone freaks out and begins agitating out of control? I don’t think that would happen, he said, you see usually it happens that they freeze up and they won’t do anything and then we need to […]

/ September 28, 2013 1:44 am

Munch’s Scream

If the artist wanted to transmit fear and despair, he succeeded marvelously! The Scream is one of the most famous paintings of all time. It is actually a series of four artworks, two paintings and two pastels, series called by the Norwegian painter himself The Scream of Nature. The four […]

/ September 26, 2013 11:18 pm

Everybody Loves Soccer

Even just by watching it, sport delivers a great mix of emotions, that is way we like sports so much.We can’t help by getting emotionally involved with the drama unfolding on a soccer field during the regular 90 minute match. By the way, great music video Shakira! Emotions I felt […]

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