What inspired me to write this article is the resonance of a ground-breaking woman in our History: Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin, better known as Mary Shelley. The 2018 movie "Mary Shelley" directed by Haifaa Al Mansour brings alive the sorrowful, challenging, but yet compelling life of one of the most inspiring women in Romanticism.
We are what we eat. Isn't it?
As strange as it may sound when something terrible happens, or whatever rejection we get, that small little crack inside our body 'hurts' in that place that we didn't even realise we had. And I am not talking about death, whom sorrow belongs to the cycle of life, but the common everyday roadblocks, such as discouraging moments, disillusions, unrequited love, just to name a few.
One day someone told me that, If you know who you are, life will be easier.
Today I thought the time had come to write about a fascinating writer in South American Literature who has meant a lot to me over the past 13 years. Her name is Isabel Allende, whose books have reached the intimate layer of everybody's soul, with the relentless mission to spread the powerful inner voice simmered in every woman around the world and where the magical dimension entwines with reality. Most of her novels contain aspects of the genre called "Magical Realism."
What do fashion and style mean to us?