Sean Brother

Andalucia, Spain

About Sean

Languages

Spanish

Areas of Expertise

Expert in protocol, security and public relations

An idea worth spreading

Any idea to improve on something, however little, the human condition, quality of life and protecting the planet. An idea for a better education.

I'm passionate about

Just about worthy ideas, deep conversations, interesting questions. About learning, listening, thinking and mind growing. About empowering people.

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Whatever you think may be really interesant

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Comments & conversations

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Sean Brother
Posted about 1 year ago
Racism in United States: Is it alive and well or is it not?
Hi Colleen, I agree. And Proust's sentence, that's right. I would remember another phrase -this one from the poet Paul Eluard -XX century-, who said something very similar: 'There are other worlds, but they are in this one". It's only a matter of knowing how to look, how to seek, how to think. And, then, it appears new frontiers. Everywhere. Fascinating. No time for boring! Greets.
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Sean Brother
Posted about 1 year ago
What is the correlation between happiness and one's career choices?
In my humble opinion, I'd distinguish not between happiness and one's carrer choice, but between what one had choosed and what one really loves to do. If both concepts are coincidents, total happiness; if not, one will be something like a kind of slave all along the life. Or, one could try to love what has choiced, never it's too late. But, anyway, if our choice is jus what we llove, great matter, nice bussiness!!
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Sean Brother
Posted about 1 year ago
What would you do on your last day to live?
In this day of my life, I'd like to give a walk with the people I love, my family and best friends, a walk near the seaside, under the wonderful spanish sun, speaking to them por begging their pardon and for trying to explain some of my life's big errors. After that, I'd like to listen a Beethoven's simphony, resting quietly. In the evening, I'd like to have a couple of well made 'mojitos' under the quiet and fresh andalousian sky, tasting the fresh 'mojitos' and watching the stars. In the final hour, I'd like to be alone, with no pain, and reading a good book till sleep.
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Sean Brother
Posted about 1 year ago
Are things getting better?
It depends on what we consider 'better' means. Lifespan is longer, education is (in average) better, health, lifestyle, sports, clothes, glasses, technology, and all this stuff is better than fitty or than five hundred years ago, for example. Quality of food, means of transport, weather forescast or e-books; a lot of things are better than years ago. However, human behaviour hasn't changed so fairly. We can be very violent and develop bad behaviours if we want to, just like in old ages, and on the other hand, it's true than we haven't invented politeness now. My answer is: Yes. Things are now better than when I was a child. Undoubtedly.