The enchantment of languages: For a nosey Parker

I was quietly minding my own business. Yes, quietly — I can literally hear my husband smirking. Anyway, as I was saying, I was listening to my Spanish romantic songs, remembering forgotten stories, and silencing exhausting thoughts when I suddenly perceived a different sound in the air at the crowded train station. My ears perked as the dogs when…

Changes are coming

One of my favorite quotes is “keep your dreams alive. Understand to achieve anything requires faith and belief in yourself, vision, hard work, determination, and dedication. Remember all things are possible for those who believe,” by Gail Devers. When I start @consult_culture, I was hoping and dreaming, but I never expected, it’d grow the way…

Gods: Radha Krishna

I walked in the dark alleys of the city thinking of nothing else but my troubles when I saw a little store illuminated with bright yellow lights. I got curious and made my way towards it.  And to my surprise, I discovered that it was not a store, but a shrine, a place of worshiping…

Taiwan 6: Red and gold

Taipei is a vibrant city, not only for the brisk pace of its people on their every-day lives or the nippy rhythm of their routines but because, and principally, because of the colors that adorned the city. Taipei is dress in gold and red, like a goddess. Yes, Red and gold are everywhere to be…

Conquering differences: New Zealand

It’s has taken me a few days to get my head around the terrorist attack that took place in New Zealand. A cowardly terrorist attack, which was fuelled with racism and nurtured by far-right wing encouragement which finds fertile land in the ignorant. Yes, the ignorant, who believes being different is a crime.We’re living trying…