amararama, meet me

Holding Argentinean passport, I love my mother place, my mother tongue and my social crisis addicted land. It´s part of myself. And I´m consistently dedicated to love myself, lights and shades included.

Having traveled round the globe and lived in Germany, India and Thailand I consider myself a citizen of the world. Addicted to mate (don´t scandalize here ;), that´s just a traditional drink). A lover of beauty. A brave multilingual writer. A mother,  an educationist, a passionate for equity.

My thirst for happy children, happy parents and happy families makes me jump into the waters of world peace. Not that I want to change society! Not that I want to carpet the world to protect my barefoot feelings.

I´m just in the search of authenticity finding the U turn that guides me back to my essence. I´m just after the calm joy of expressing what´s born in my heart and piles up in the print queue of my mind: True Word Seeds.

I never know what they´ll become, but I can´t refrain from bringing them into life. Sometimes they grow into huge trees called books. Sometimes they humbly shine and disappear on a paper napkin lost in chaotic-kitchen-all-purpuse-drawer where spiderman toys happily coexist with lost keys and forgotten to pay bills.

Amararama is the intimate cave where my profound or hilarious expressionism takes place. Start reading it from the end, start reading it from the beginning, you´ll get the same: my true self.

You´re invited to walk by my side sharing your expressive seeds too, no transgenic included please. Be welcome and enjoy!

6 thoughts on “amararama, meet me

  1. “My thirst for happy children, happy parents and happy families makes me jump into the waters of world peace.” I love this line! I think you should make your ‘about me’ page more prominent. Otherwise, I look forward to reading more.


    • Lic. María Raiti says:

      Hi Charlene, thank you for taking the time to visit my place and leave your feedback! I will take your advice, I am a bit shy and I push myself to go forward and be courageous enough to write in English more and more, may be my “about page” is a little bit hidden, isn’t it? Thank you for your support!!


  2. I just wanted to let you know I nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award. Thank you for all your contributions. I really enjoy your posts, and am happy to be part of such a rich and diverse community.


    • Lic. María Raiti says:

      Hi dear! I have a lovely grin in my face right now, not for the nomination (ok, maybe a bit for the nomination too!) but most for the joy I feel having found people like you thanks to expressing my own voice at amararama! I´ve never been nominated before and I have no idea what it is about, but I still have a lovely grin in my face!! Thank you, much love, Fernanda


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