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My name is Glorymar Hernandez, but I prefer to be called “Glory”. I was born in the capital of Venezuela, Caracas, and grew up amid the crowds of the city, the tranquility of the Andean mountains and the joy of the Caribbean coast. A mixture that has taught me to enjoy wherever I am, that aroused my curiosity to know the world, and that has helped me to adapt, with relative ease, to changes. I have a degree in Philosophy, my research works are in Philosophy of Language. Since 2019 I have been working as a Spanish teacher. I decided to start teaching my mother tongue thanks to my experience learning other languages. I had the opportunity to live for a year in Ireland, where I went to learn English and, currently, I am in Italy, where I have had the opportunity to learn Italian. These experiences allowed me to realize that, although seeking perfection when trying to “speak like a native” is the ideal, what really matters is being able to communicate, make ourselves understood and be open to the experience of knowing other cultures and understand that there are many different points of view. Professionally, I have had the opportunity to work in different contexts such as banking, outsourcing consular procedures, and teaching at university level. The biggest lesson I learned from these experiences is that I am not an office person. I prefer to own my time and have the freedom to work wherever I am. For this reason, I have decided to dedicate myself to teaching Spanish online and to enter the digital world. I consider myself a very curious and versatile person, that is why in my free time I enjoy handcrafting (such as sewing or knitting), volunteering, being in contact with nature, and trying to learn new things, like playing the guitar. Regarding my geographical preferences, the beach and the mountains are my main refuges, because I can escape from the noise of the city and connect with myself. That is why I would like to be able to live with my husband on a mountain, not far from the sea.

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My name is Luis Guillermo Castro Martin. I am a philosopher specialized in philosophy of mind and language. In particular, I am interested in the nature of consciousness, and the way in which we experience and interpret the world. I started my studies at the Central University of Venezuela in 2006, where I obtained a bachelor’s degree in philosophy (2011) and a master’s degree in logic and philosophy of science (2015). In 2012, the university offered me a position as a professor of philosophy and I taught several courses there until 2017, when I enrolled in a PhD program at the University of Genoa, Italy. I have also published several papers in philosophy journals and participated in various international events. In 2020, while writing my PhD thesis, I realized that I had been immersed in philosophy for too long and decided to use my experience to rejoin the real world. In my years studying philosophy, I have learned many things, but the most important is that the world is what we make of it, there is no ultimate truth, no final word. We create our reality. Knowledge has somehow separated us from others and nature, perhaps it can also reunite us. Although I was born in Venezuela, my family is a blending of different nationalities and traditions. I have lived and studied in different countries, which are all part of who I am and what I want to be. My actions define me, not my nationality or my origins. I do not believe in borders or limits; they are only in our minds. The sensation of not belonging can be liberating, once we realize that, by not belonging somewhere, we belong everywhere. I speak three languages (Spanish, English, and Italian) and I enjoy learning from other cultures, as well as transmitting the values of my own. I also enjoy music, sports and nature. I am the author of “Fragments of Mind” on Substack. A space for thinking outside the box, while discussing philosophical matters.

 Members /  Greater Europe

Our planet, without trees, is like pizza without cheese. Forests, without trees, are like legs without knees. A garden, minus trees, flaps like sails without a breeze. Please make this post go viral, I ask you pretty please.

 Members /  WorldWide

Mandy Shrimpton is the quintessential people’s person. Mandy believes that success is measured by the quality of our human-relationships rather than the results we manifest through sheer will. Mandy firmly established herself as the heart of the non-profit organisation that she co-founded and ran with her adoring husband for 17 years. Mandy loves walking in nature with her family, hugging trees, and preserving the environment. She also enjoys being creative and is particularly fond of painting flowers. As a very happily married and devoted mother to four children, Mandy has cultivated a deep appreciation for the culinary arts and relishes the spare moments she gets to watch her favourite cooking shows. This initiative reflects how Mandy sees the world, helping to create positive synergy. Fostering unity and courteous community, building partner relationships and motivating affiliates. Born and bred in Africa, Mandy understands the concept of Ubuntu. I am, because we are. Together we can make the world a better place. Using her skills and experience to make a difference. Helping others see through the fog of new technologies, avoid common marketing mistakes and develop better business strategies. With a subtle blend of motherhood and effective project management, Mandy is the perfect professional partner, to show others the merits of this initiative. Shining a light on the path to prosperity, while not losing our footing in family values and humble humanity. Sharing is caring, while enriching ourselves spiritually and materially. We cannot give freely, if we don't have. "Sometimes the world makes more sense, through the eyes of a mother. Using protective instinct and family fortitude, to help one another." ~ Mandy Shrimpton

 Members /  Africa

"Trees are the hair of Mother Earth. They protect it, keep it fresh, their roots keep the soil compact, they are a refuge for birds and animals, they are food for us and for animals. Trees are the oxygen of the Earth. The roots of the trees go straight into Mother Earth, they represent our roots, we as them anchored to the Earth, our feet on the Earth the head in the sky, like their branches. Since I was a little girl, I hugged trees, I was ashamed... waiting for no-one to be there. Today is different. We are aware of what we have done to the Earth. Hugging a tree is an exchange of energy, it is a thank you, it is a protection: them for us and we for them. We hug the trees to prevent them from being cut down. We hug the trees to find that balance with nature that we have lost too many times." Carolina Reviglio. "Gli alberi sono i capelli della Madre Terra. La proteggono, la mantengono fresca, le loro radici tengono il terreno compatto, sono rifugio per uccelli e animali, sono cibo per noi e per gli animali. Gli alberi sono l'ossigeno della Terra. Le radici degli alberi vanno dritto dentro la Madre Terra, rappresentano le nostre radici, noi come loro ancorati alla Terra, i nostri piedi sulla Terra il capo nel cielo, come le loro fronde. Fin da ragazzina abbracciavo alberi, mi vergognavo aspettando che non ci fosse nessuno. Oggi è diverso, oggi abbiamo la consapevolezza di quello che abbiamo fatto alla Terra. Abbracciare un albero è uno scambio di energia, è un ringraziamento, è una protezione: loro per noi e noi per loro. Abbracciamo gli alberi per impedire che vengano tagliati. Abbracciamo gli alberi per ritrovare quell'equilibrio con la natura che troppe volte abbiamo perso." Carolina Reviglio.

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