“Procrastinar,” from Guilt to Dancing

The Spanish word procrastinar (procrastinate) comes from the Latin word procrastinare, to put off until tomorrow; and from the Greek word akrasia, to act against our better judgement. A mix that usually leads to guilt and shame. However, at the beginning of this summer, while Spanish university students were taking their final exams, Molly Moon has released “Procrastinar,” a catchy song that invites us to celebrate rather than to feel guilty. –   – “Procrastinar”, the kind of song that…

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