Humans of Cortina

What Cortina Was To Me: Querencia

Cortina is a loom, a framework holding loose threads together to weave into a fabric. In Cortina, I met different people bringing stories and ideas from around the world and around their hearts.  Cortina guided the shuttle that helped make those threads cross: service trips, time at Metro tutoring, conversations in the NZ at hours… Continue reading What Cortina Was To Me: Querencia

Humans of Cortina

¡Buen Camino!: The Life of a Pilgrim

Those around me tell me that as a college graduate, I’m supposed to be preoccupied with my resumé, leveraging my education and diploma, getting ready for a career in my field and getting my life in order after the idyllic world of university.  Since I’m not working, I should be building valuable experience through a… Continue reading ¡Buen Camino!: The Life of a Pilgrim

Some Thoughts

Manifesto:The Mad Graduate’s Liberation Front

Each day is an unrepeatable onceness. Embrace each and feel the sun’s warmth on your face. Walk barefoot down the mall and stop to talk to someone, even if it means being late for whatever you’re going to.   It’s not as important in the end. Amble around, pensively. Don’t know where you are going.It… Continue reading Manifesto:The Mad Graduate’s Liberation Front