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What you'll find here?

Welcome readers!

This journal is an attempt to build a cartography of the explorations I and I are doing in life: a collection of experiences, encounters, ideas and things learned outside of the usual box.

In 1837, Ralph Waldo Emerson befriended Henry David Thoreau. Though they had likely met as early as 1835, in the fall of 1837, Emerson asked Thoreau, "Do you keep a journal?" The question went on to have a lifelong inspiration for Thoreau.

Our research here is nomadic, aims always at crossing borders and seeking liberty of thought, healty criticism and hopefully good humour.

While audio and video is sometimes included, this website develops its narrative mostly in text, inviting you to read: browse the contents using the menu, read on-line or download the PDF version of each page for later reading on your e-text device.

Suggestions, criticism and comments are well accepted: if you like, contact me.

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