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The History of a Home in the Time of Corona

The existential question of “where do I end and where does the rest of the world begin?” is even more difficult to affront these days because the distinction between one and the other has become a big blur.  Never before … Continue reading

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Façades

Rhea Silvia was a vestal virgin and daughter of a king. When she gave birth to Romulus and Remus, her brother ordered the death of his neo-nephews to avoid competition for the throne. But the god, Tiberinus, thought that killing … Continue reading

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History of a Home

Our first home is our mother’s womb from which, at birth, we are evicted. In the womb, biology manages our needs but, once out of the womb, all that changes. Some are luckier than others and continue to be nurtured … Continue reading

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