23.12.2010The cry of the poor

José Carlos García Fajardo
The atheist and the theist are believers, but the agnostic only looks for the truth. Religions sometimes feed poverty because they treat its symptoms, not its causes. A true service would be condemn this exploitation of the poor.

17.12.2010Marketing that exploits feelings

José Carlos García Fajardo
If they care so much about the poor, couldn’t companies destine what they spend in their advertising campaigns to improve the research on the secondary effects of their products?

10.12.2010The heart’s path

José Carlos García Fajardo
It is absurd to hold on to things tightly, as if we were to take more than what we brought to this world. The only way to possess is to share with joy.

03.12.2010It’s time for convergence

José Carlos García Fajardo
It is possible to build a better world if we bring together efforts to propose feasible alternatives to the outdated and obsolete development model that prevails.

26.11.2010Let’s switch chips

José Carlos García Fajardo
To be ourselves in relation to others seems obscene because the norms of the market establish that thinking, daring, disagreeing, leaving the consumerist prison, is a sin. The ends justify the means and war is the logical instrument of this idolatry.

19.11.2010What is the hurry?

José Carlos García Fajardo
One is born for the immortal life; one does not go from life to death, as in the East. Our lineal concept of time is strange to African thought. Future does not have a reality because it has not taken place.

12.11.2010To rescue memory from oblivion

José Carlos García Fajardo
We cannot allow anyone to sell and to privatize memory. Not only because we would get lost, but also because memory is the only hope left to be able to open up a tomorrow.

05.11.2010Chuang-Tzu’s path

José Carlos García Fajardo
“Is there a way to make life worth living? I can’t say if happiness is what people consider happiness to be in reality. I only see them walking with their heads down, and obsessed with the general tide of the human flock, incapable of stopping, or changing directions.”

29.10.2010Who is the other one?

José Carlos García Fajardo
Instead of worrying about doing good, we should do it. If we look for merit on our actions, these become prostituted. That is why the just person does not worry about doing good things: good are the things that the just person does.

22.10.2010Listen to the call of the marginalized

José Carlos García Fajardo
Unity in a projection for the future forces us to make other people’s needs our own and to bring efforts together to fight for the human condition that demands dignity as a guarantee of an authentic liberty.

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