“Don’t be afraid, the darkness you’re in is no greater than the darkness inside your own body, they are two darknesses separated by a skin, I bet you’ve never thought of that, you carry a darkness about with you all the time and that doesn’t frighten you…my dear chap, you have to learn to live with the darkness outside just as you learned to live with the darkness inside” José Saramago from All the Names

Consumati by Adriano Benocci



Orson Welles and Mercury Theatre ON THE AIR read “The War of the Worlds” by H. G. Wells

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“Good heavens, something’s wriggling out of the shadow like a gray snake. Now it’s another one, and another. They look like tentacles to me. There, I can see the thing’s body. It’s large, large as a bear and it glistens like wet leather. But that face, it . . . Ladies and gentlemen, it’s indescribable. I can hardly force myself to keep looking at it. The eyes are black and gleam like a serpent. The mouth is V-shaped with saliva dripping from its rimless lips that seem to quiver and pulsate. The monster or whatever it is can hardly move. It seems weighed down by . . . possibly gravity or something. The thing’s raising up. The crowd falls back now. They’ve seen plenty. This is the most extraordinary experience. I can’t find words . . . I’ll pull this microphone with me as I talk. I’ll have to stop the description until I can take a new position. Hold on, will you please, I’ll be right back in a minute.”

In October 30th,1938, the 73rd Anniversary of The Mercury Theatre, the Columbia Broadcasting System radio network aired The War of the Worlds, the dramatization of H. G. Wells’s science fiction novel. Narrated by famed Hollywood icon Orson Welles, the broadcast sent thousands of people into a frenzied panic, as they truly believed marauding Martians had landed at Grover’s Mill, New Jersey and were advancing on New York City.

Fallen Angels

And the angels who did not stay within their own position of authority, but left their proper dwelling, he has kept in eternal chains under gloomy darkness until the judgment of the great day. Jude 1:6

Fall from disgrace – Derek Hess

Reality Blog Award

I’m onored for this nomination Queencheckmate.
I’m proud for this!
I hope to come back for visiting my little “thought house”
See you!

Here are the questions:
1) If you could change something what would you change?

I would like to change the approach that people have towards differences: physical, racial, political, religious and thought.
I would not awakened fears, curiosity, hatred, but respect…

2) If you could repeat an age, what age would it be?

I would not repeat age. I am what I am by the sum of my experiences, I would not change anything about what happened to me. Today is much better than yesterday

3) What one thing really scares you?


4) What one dream have you not completed yet and do you think you will be able to complete it.

A library for kids

5) If you could be someone else for a day, who would you be?

The genie that can grant unlimited wishes in a children hospital

I would like to nominate for this award:


And thanks to all the bloggers not mentioned who support me!



And since you’ve been so good to poor old Granny, I’ll share a secret with you. This is no ordinary apple. It’s a magic wishing apple.
Queen in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Queen in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs


“Who in the rainbow can draw the line where the violet tint ends and the orange tint begins? Distinctly we see the difference of the colors, but where exactly does the one first blendingly enter into the other? So with sanity and insanity.”
Herman Melville from Billy Budd, Sailor

End of the rainbow – Ashton Howard


“You’ve gotta dance like there’s nobody watching,
Love like you’ll never be hurt,
Sing like there’s nobody listening,
And live like it’s heaven on earth.”
William W. Purkey

Emotional Awakening – Richard Young