(a5, 108 p.) - The existentialist philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre (1905-1980) once wrote that “The hell are the other”. The life, however, has made me think otherwise or different, i.e., that “The hell or heaven is ourselves”. The problem is that, in most cases, we dissimulate both that neither the other and not everyone realizes. In other words, in capitalist societies western balkans post-modern facilities in which you live, where the will and/or a desire to have (preferably without being) overlap need to be, we are socialized to be, unlike animals such inferior in the midst of other animals such lower in fauna, not only “auto exposure” but also “auto exhibition”, i.e., we use us from the art of dissimulation, mainly in what refers to the manipulation of the affections, to achieve our goals or objectives. The work, as it could not be built from chronic, short stories, poetry and essays in philosophy, as well as epistemologically founded, which is a feature and/or requirement for literature that I do, and makes us laugh other challenge, thrill and problematize the world in which we live. It brings, in short, an amalgam of explosive philosophy with literature (for me created and called "poesofias") , and in the same way, deals with themes such as love, politics, the economy, the friendship, sexism, feminism and many other contemporary issues . We hope that this book, as well as all others for me written, can somehow contribute to the formation of a generation more humanized, fraternal, respectful of differences, solidarity, socially equitable, participatory politically and intellectually emancipated.