This is the grave of Fermin Anonio Mundaca y Marecheaga who considered himself a pirate. When visiting this grave I feel a deep sense of fascination for a couple of reasons. The first is that I had such a magical experience in Spain that visiting sites where Spaniards were active in their empire days makes history…… Continue reading Pirate Grave – Isla Mujeres
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Yet again, long time no post. When I look back it seems that I tend to get motivated, it drops off then I get motivated again and so on. Well, tonight being Friday night it was Netflix night. We watched a pretty good one called “Mother and Child.” But as my mind tends to drift…… Continue reading Friday Night
A story from the Spanish Reconquista, to La Malinche and Mexico, and the discovery of California. The importance of understanding history along with my personal experiences.
The title is to grab your attention. Most of you are probably thinking that I’m referring to controlling other people’s minds á là Jedi Powers right? But no, this post is going to be about controlling your own mind.At first, this might seem like an exotic, esoteric idea but put in the proper perspective it is quite…… Continue reading Mind Control
Today I was reminiscing on the things I really missed in foreign countries that I just cannot find in America. There were things I really missed about America when I was abroad, but I have been back awhile and am now taking them for granted. So, my mind longs for these things and in case…… Continue reading Things America should adopt from foreign cultures
1. BART Shooting (Bay Area Rapid Transit) It has made national news. The shooting of an unarmed man by police the night of New Years Eve (Day technically) has been all over the internet recently. It is obvious that the officer made a HUGE error and now mobs of people are calling for his head.…… Continue reading Issues of the week