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Some pages of this site are only available to registered users, but don't think you will find who knows what secrets or what spicy revelations: simply some topics covered are intended for an adult audience, not only in terms of age, but above all with a certain maturity of ideas and of thought, let's say even with a certain spiritual maturity.

I simply ask you to tell me with what motivation and in what spirit you intend to visit these pages of mine (I will contact you at the time of the request), this in order to avoid inappropriate curiosities, easy misunderstandings or misleading judgements.

It's not presumption, it's respect, I have patiently built an ideal little garden, and I don't allow anyone to come and piss in my garden!

Thank you

A story as old as man

I leave you two explanatory words from the distant past, a "distant" only temporally but certainly not humanly:

"The crowd: You can't risk hanging out with her yet.

There is no reason why the vainglory of flaunting your ingenuity brings you among people with the desire to give public readings or to give dissertations. I would leave you the freedom to do so if you had merchandise suitable for these people. But there is no one who can understand you.

For whom then did I learn? Do not fear that you have labored in vain, if you have learned for yourself.

The man also expressed himself well when, having been asked what purpose his so much diligence had in an art destined to reach a very narrow circle of people, he declared: A few are enough for me, one is enough for me, even none are enough for me.

Epicurus wrote in a letter to a fellow student: These things I address not to many, but to you, because we represent a more than sufficient audience for each other.

Your positive aspects aim only at internal approval."

Seneca - Moral letters to Lucilius