Philosophy and the Homeless

I went for a walk a couple of days ago to the park. I was walking in one of the nicest neighborhoods of Mexico City, everything around me was gorgeous. The artificial lakes, the dark green trees that kept the mist from the rain leftovers, even art strategically placed along the park so that you always have something to entertain your eyes and your mind with. Not just that, but also the smell of evening coffee and cinnamon churros spiced…




Mountaineer, writer, Stoic, Gryffindor.

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Ricardo Guaderrama Caraveo

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Mountaineer, writer, Stoic, Gryffindor.

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