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Every meditation can open the possibility of rediscovering the transformative value of a learning experience.
  Each word inspiring the meditation represents a step in the path of disclosing your learning mind.
  We can be much more than we are because learning is inseparable from human nature, or the nature of human becoming.
  The hope of inspiring you to grasp your long life learning adventure is what conveys meaning to all the words offered in Learnology.


A book is an extraordinary voyage full of surprises. Expect the unexpected. A fiction that triggers your imagination. A non-fiction that inspires you to be better, pay attention to your surroundings and thrive to explore reality in its multiple levels of understanding. I’m always curious to see where this voyage leads …


(Coming soon – research & writing phase)

Learning is the source of creativity and is at the core of what makes us humans. Developing a long life learning mind ensures we will be prepared to face the challenges of the future in this Digital Age. But to develop a learning mind, I propose we need to grow five mindsets in the present. The attentive, curious, resilient, humble and vulnerable mindsets. I’m currently in the writing phase of this book.



(Coming soon – research & writing phase)

Science is our best answer to describe and explain the world we love and live. Being a researcher is more than a job. It’s hard work, sweat, failure, but ultimately rewarding like nothing else in the world. But one of the peaks of our scientific work is when we share what we learn with the world, namely, the scientific community. Our pears. It is not easy to publish and strive for being scientifically productive. This book tackles the challenges we have in scientific productivity and points the trails based in my “learn-out-loud” experiences.

If you wish to be updated on the development of these projects feel free to let me know below.

Challenges in Science and Faith

Questions from a Catholic converted to Atheism


It is not unusual when someone who is a catholic no longer believes in God and turns to atheism. The challenge is when it happens to someone close to you, a friend. That’s what happened to me. During conversations with my friend about this change in belief system, he made 12 questions challenging the dialogue between science and faith. While answering, I discovered the opportunity atheism is to deepen the reasons of one’s faith, and the challenge of trying to write to open-minded atheists. Therefore, even if this book is written by someone with a religious experience, I try to address believers and non-believers alike because what unites both is a real treasure: doubt.