Adam Aduszkiewicz

A philosopher, translator and coach. In the 1980s he focused on scholasticism, in the 1990s he reorganized the Ministry of the Interior, and in the 21st century he has taught stress resistance and promoted local democracy.
A Time for Questions
World + People
Dreams and Visions

A Time for Questions

Halfway through life, we begin to feel not only its burden, but also the burden of what we have not experienced. Maturity comes when we stop denying our own finitude.
Adam Aduszkiewicz
The Dark Side of the Sun
Art + Stories
Fiction

The Dark Side of the Sun

Light and darkness, that which is clearly illuminated or lies hidden in the shadows, have both literal and figurative meanings in mythology and religion.
Adam Aduszkiewicz
The Happy Moments Trap
Soul + Body
Good Mood

The Happy Moments Trap

We often think of retreating to some secluded, distance place, full of heavenly peace. But behind such dreams often lie quite unheavenly motives.
Adam Aduszkiewicz
The Temptation of the Desert
Art + Stories
Experiences

The Temptation of the Desert

In the 3rd century AD, different Christian hermits, ascetics and monks began to inhabit the deserts of Egypt. They were often visited by demons, and in the case of Saint Anthony, endured supernatural temptation.
Adam Aduszkiewicz