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Migrants: the foundering and the fear

Migrants: the foundering and the fear

Foundering is a dear verb in the Italian culture; the 18th century poet Giacomo Leopardi made use of it to define the mind’s journey across the boundless spaces of time, and inside the universe that everyone brings within himself. A pinnacle out of reach in the European poetry. But ours is not an epoch for […]

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9/11: we are all Americans, but someone is more American than others

9/11: we are all Americans, but someone is more American than others

St. Paul is a small cathedral in Gothic style at the foot of the futuristic towers of Wall-Street; it is known to be the oldest building in activity of Manhattan. In September 2013, during my staying in New York, I got acquainted with Sylvia, a parishioner; she told me that the organ works only partially: […]

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