Madame Figaro: Olga Kurylenko

By: Gabriela Yareliz I was absolutely captivated by Olga Kurylenko’s photoshoot in March’s Madame Figaro. Wow. Magnifique. The photography is brilliant. Behind this gorgeous face is a young woman who lived through the explosion in Chernobyl; who ate cereals when there was nothing else; who grew up with her mother and grandmother, seeing her fatherContinue reading “Madame Figaro: Olga Kurylenko”

Your wings

By: Gabriela Yareliz This morning my mother shared with me a thought she heard in an Alejandro Bullon sermon: When an eagle has baby eagles, she throws them from high heights. The baby falls and cannot do anything for itself. She swoops down and catches the baby birdling. She continues to throw them. Life isContinue reading “Your wings”