Imagination

The Old Bridge

The Old Bridge

The man had just crossed the old bridge. Behind him the rugged, high mountains, on the other side the lavish green forest. He took a left into what seemed to be a little garden. From there he could take a good look at the bridge and the water passing through below it. He suddenly had […]

Thanks for over 1,000 likes on last post

Thank you very much for over 1,000 Facebook-likes and over 100 shares of this last post on my Facebook-page Post by Henry A. Freeman.

the Prelude in The Little Church on the Mountain

the Prelude in The Little Church on the Mountain

The new year had just begun and, as every year, P. came to the chapel on the mountain to see his Master. It was getting dark and he had been driving for a couple of hours, but once he opened the door of his car, the ice cold wind woke him up for good. Taking […]

Current Affairs

Enrique Kike Cruz interviews Cate Long on Notiuno 630AM

Enrique Kike Cruz interviews Cate Long on Notiuno 630AM

If you missed the radio interview of bond analyst Cate Long by Enrique Kike Cruz on Notiuno, you can listen to it here: Thanks to Kike Cruz and Notiuno for providing the audio. Advertising

Thanks for over 1,000 likes on last post

Thank you very much for over 1,000 Facebook-likes and over 100 shares of this last post on my Facebook-page Post by Henry A. Freeman.

To Know And to Not Act is to Not Know

To Know And to Not Act is to Not Know

There are so many problems in Puerto Rico, that at times it’s difficult to see where one would start. And I’m not saying I have all the answers, but at least I’d be willing to ponder longer on the problems and come up with some solutions without the need of turning a discussion with anybody […]

Technology

Still in Love With Blackberry?

If you bought shares of Blackberry-Manufacturer Research in Motion (RIM) in 2008 on their peak at $148 per share, there’s probably nothing that company could come up with to console you. Yesterday’s trading closed at under $18. Whenever you’ve heard about RIM or Blackberry in the media over the past couple of months, it has […]

Self-Discovery

The Old Bridge

The Old Bridge

The man had just crossed the old bridge. Behind him the rugged, high mountains, on the other side the lavish green forest. He took a left into what seemed to be a little garden. From there he could take a good look at the bridge and the water passing through below it. He suddenly had […]

Thanks for over 1,000 likes on last post

Thank you very much for over 1,000 Facebook-likes and over 100 shares of this last post on my Facebook-page Post by Henry A. Freeman.

All it Takes is an Impulse

All it Takes is an Impulse

For as long as I can think, I have been a being of impulse. Routine and too detailed planning always made me uncomfortable, as if being caught in some sort of invisible jail that doesn’t allow for the really important things to happen. When I travel, I love most to have a few set meetings […]

Other Recent Posts

(San)Tiago’s Dream

(San)Tiago’s Dream

| November 18, 2010 | 0 Comments

When Tiago knelt on the bank of the river Ebro, he felt exhausted and tired and tears were running down his cheeks. He stared into the water flowing by. Usually, that made him feel better, when he was fighting with doubt. As if the peace of the flowing water, was simply entering his mind and […]

Continue Reading

Read the entire tweef between Eduardo Bhatia and Larry McDonald here

Read the entire tweef between Eduardo Bhatia and Larry McDonald here

| January 10, 2014 | 1 Comment

[<a href="//storify.com/hf8/the-beef-between-eduardobhatia-and-convertbond" target="_blank">View the story "the tweef between @eduardobhatia and @convertbond" on Storify</a>]

Continue Reading

Ricky Martin in Evita on Broadway: Loved It — Can Puerto Rico Rise Like Eva Peron?

| April 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

For the first time in over 30 years since the original West End Production at the Prince Edward Theatre in London, a new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Evita is showing these days on Broadway. It tells the story of Argentina’s Eva Peron, who rose from the slums of Argentina to the presidential mansion as […]

Continue Reading

A King Reclaiming His Kingdom: The Aleph by Paulo Coelho

| March 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

Aleph is the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet and in Kabbalah, the esoteric branch of Judaism, it relates to the origin of the universe, that one number that contains all others. In a short story named “The Aleph” by Jorge Luis Borges, it is explained as a point that contains everything. Everything. A point […]

Continue Reading