I work in London and I have two beautiful daughters.

I am Greek. When it comes to Greece I feel joy and sorrow, love and heartache, hope and despair, desire and disgust, resignation and defiance.

Given my inability to store a piece of paper at some location that I will remember, I use this space to occasionaly scibble my thoughts. It will always be here to look back.

Vis numerorum is the power of numbers. It comes from a passage in Tertullian’s Apologeticus, a book that demands tolerance from the law.

Si et hostes exertos non tantum vindices occultos agere vellemus, deesset nobis vis numerorum et copiarum? (If we wanted to play the part of avowed enemies and not merely secret avengers, would we be lacking the power of numbers or resources?)



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