In the play of opposites walks always the dance of life. Inside, outside; above, below; visible and invisible, form the spider's web that shapes the mystery of life and death. To opt for spirituality in our days, even if it means swimming against the current, as far as the majority is concerned, bogged down as it is in the extremes between materialism and religion, is to set sail in favor of an invisible power, a force that permeates transversely both collectives, placing them before a new paradigm, a change that is arriving silently but intensely. Choosing to see things from the spiritual to the material does not imply living oblivious to the reality of our days. We are in this space time fulfilling our part in the human comedy, and one cannot help but look with questioning eyes, often irreverent, as this consensual reality is full of shoddy versions of old tricks, no matter how much they are told in new media. In this new book, as I live it myself, I wander between two worlds, the same ones that make up my daily reality; one as Shidoshi and Tonbo, the other as a citizen of a postmodern West in decadence and free fall. For the former, the latter does not give a damn; for the latter, the former helps him to frame his reflections in a new light, while still taking sides or calling things by their proper name. 140p.
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