9 certezas de la vida (en inglés)

1. You are not your mind.
  
The first time I heard somebody say that,  I didn’t like the sound of it one bit. What else could I be? I had taken for granted that the mental chatter in my head was the central “me” that all the experiences in my life were happening to.
I see quite clearly now that life is nothing but passing experiences, and my thoughts are just one more category of things I experience. Thoughts are no more fundamental than smells, sights and sounds. Like any experience, they arise in my awareness, they have a certain texture, and then they give way to something else.
If you can observe your thoughts just like you can observe other objects, who’s doing the observing? Don’t answer too quickly. This question, and its unspeakable answer, are at the centre of all the great religions and spiritual traditions.
2. Life unfolds only in moments.
Of course! I once called this the most important thing I ever learned. Nobody has ever experienced anything that wasn’t part of a single moment unfolding. That means life’s only challenge is dealing with the single moment you are having right now. Before I recognized this, I was constantly trying to solve my entire life — battling problems that weren’t actually happening. Anyone can summon the resolve to deal with a single, present moment, as long as they are truly aware that it’s their only point of contact with life, and therefore there is nothing else one can do that can possibly be useful. Nobody can deal with the past or future, because, both only exist as thoughts, in the present. But we can kill ourselves trying.
 3. Quality of life is determined by how you deal with your moments, not which moments happen and which don’t.
I now consider this truth to be Happiness 101, but it’s amazing how tempting it still is to grasp at control of every circumstance to try to make sure I get exactly what I want. To encounter an undesirable situation and work with it willingly is the mark of a wise and happy person. Imagine getting a flat tire, falling ill at a bad time, or knocking something over and breaking it — and suffering nothing from it. There is nothing to fear if you agree with yourself to deal willingly with adversity whenever it does show up. That is how to make life better. The typical, low-leverage method is to hope that you eventually accumulate power over your circumstances so that you can get what you want more often. There’s an excellent line in a Modest Mouse song, celebrating this side-effect of wisdom: As life gets longer, awful feels softer.
4. Most of life is imaginary.
Human beings have a habit of compulsive thinking that is so pervasive that we lose sight of the fact that we are nearly always thinking. Most of what we interact with is not the world itself, but our beliefs about it, our expectations of it, and our personal interests in it. We have a very difficult time observing something without confusing it with the thoughts we have about it, and so the bulk of what we experience in life is imaginary things. As Mark Twain said: “I’ve been through some terrible things in my life, some of which actually happened.” The best treatment I’ve found? Cultivating mindfulness.
5. Human beings have evolved to suffer, and we are better at suffering than anything else.
Yikes. It doesn’t sound like a very liberating discovery. I used to believe that if I was suffering it meant that there was something wrong with me — that I was doing life “wrong.” Suffering is completely human and completely normal, and there is a very good reason for its existence. Life’s persistent background hum of “this isn’t quite okay, I need to improve this,” coupled with occasional intense flashes of horror and adrenaline are what kept human beings alive for millions of years. This urge to change or escape the present moment drives nearly all of our behaviour. It’s a simple and ruthless survival mechanism which works exceedingly well for keeping us alive, but it has a horrific side effect: human beings suffer greatly by their very nature. This, for me, redefined every one of life’s problems as some tendril of the human condition. As grim as it sounds, this insight is liberating because it means: 1) that suffering does not necessarily mean my life is going wrong, 2) that the ball is always in my court, so the degree to which I suffer is ultimately up to me, and 3) that all problems have the same cause and the same solution.
6. Emotions exist to make us biased.
This discovery was a complete 180 from my old understanding of emotions. I used to think my emotions were reliable indicators of the state of my life — of whether I’m on the right track or not. Your passing emotional states can’t be trusted for measuring your self-worth or your position in life, but they are great at teaching you what it is you can’t let go of. The trouble is that emotions make us both more biased and more forceful at the same time. Another survival mechanism  with nasty side-effects.
7. All people operate from the same two motivations: to fulfil their desires and to escape their suffering.
Learning this allowed me to finally make sense of how people can hurt each other so badly. The best explanation I had before this was that some people are just bad. What a cop-out. No matter what kind of behaviour other people exhibit, they are acting in the most effective way they are capable of (at that moment) to fulfill a desire or to relieve their suffering. These are motives we can all understand; we only vary in method, and the methods each of us has at our disposal depend on our upbringing and our experiences in life, as well as our state of consciousness. Some methods are skilful and helpful to others, others are unskilful and destructive, and almost all destructive behaviour is unconscious. So there is no good and evil, only smart and dumb (or wise and foolish.) Understanding this completely shook my long-held notions of morality and justice.
8. Beliefs are nothing to be proud of.
Believing something is not an accomplishment. I grew up thinking that beliefs are something to be proud of, but they’re really nothing but opinions one refuses to reconsider. Beliefs are easy. The stronger your beliefs are, the less open you are to growth and wisdom, because “strength of belief” is only the intensity with which you resist questioning yourself. As soon as you are proud of a belief, as soon as you think it adds something to who you are, then you’ve made it a part of your ego. Listen to any “die-hard” conservative or liberal talk about their deepest beliefs and you are listening to somebody who will never hear what you say on any matter that matters to them — unless you believe the same. It is gratifying to speak forcefully, it is gratifying to be agreed with, and this high is what the die-hards are chasing. Wherever there is a belief, there is a closed door. Take on the beliefs that stand up to your most honest, humble scrutiny, and never be afraid to lose them.
9. Objectivity is subjective.
Life is a subjective experience and that cannot be escaped. Every experience I have comes through my own, personal, un-sharable viewpoint. There can be no peer reviews of my direct experience, no real corroboration. This has some major implications for how I live my life. The most immediate one is that I realize I must trust my own personal experience, because nobody else has this angle, and I only have this angle. Another is that I feel more wonder for the world around me, knowing that any “objective” understanding I claim to have of the world is built entirely from scratch, by me. What I do build depends on the books I’ve read, the people I’ve met, and the experiences I’ve had. It means I will never see the world quite like anyone else, which means I will never live in quite the same world as anyone else — and therefore I mustn’t let outside observers be the authority on who I am or what life is really like for me. Subjectivity is primary experience — it is real life, and objectivity is something each of us builds on top of it in our minds, privately, in order to explain it all. This truth has world-shattering implications for the roles of religion and science in the lives of those who grasp it.

Tu nombre sobre mi nombre

Realmente tengo está canción tatuada en mi cabeza, pasa que, todo en la vida es incierto y ya la experiencia demuestra que no duramos mucho tiempo, al menos yo, estando “bien”, “en paz”, todo se vuelca de un momento a otro, debe ser que por eso no soy fan de las montañas rusas, porque tengo suficiente con mi vida. Hay días y hay días, días en que las hormonas hacen que millones de lágrimas se asomen a mi espíritu, mi alma llora, cuando le da la gana,  ella llora sola porque yo dije que no iba a soltar una lágrima más, poco a poco se cumple.

Recientemente leí que lo que se quiere olvidar es lo que menos se olvida, es más fácil vivir con la idea, el olvido va llegando poco a poco, cuando de repente te das cuenta que ya no piensas, y entonces pasa todo a ser parte de un archivo de recuerdos, que mal que en la práctica todo es más complejo.

Recientemente murió Spinetta, y es ahí cuando me pregunto porque los buenos mueren jóvenes? estoy segura que Arjona vivirá mucho, maltrip por eso. ja! Y desde siempre sus canciones han sido enganches seguros, y es que eso tiene el rock en el idioma que sea, no puedes ignorar la letra, el buen rock aclaro, no es como en el reggaeton que puedes menear tu trasero hasta que no puedas más y ni siquiera saber si la canción decía algo o era pura música, el rock and roll es otra cosa, las canciones son largas, se joden, se disfrutan, se aprenden, es imposible desligar letra de música, porque realmente son canciones, composiciones que van acompañadas la una de la otra para hacer algo perfecto.

Te amo, rock and roll, porque tu eres música y yo sé que soy letra.

by Spinetta

Mientras el sol se filtra por mi ventana,
no sé si aquella luz,
regresa aquí...

No sabes como extraño mi calma,
no sé si voy a ser, feliz así...

Dime mi amor
¿me perdí?

Dime porque,
no te vi...
y espero que te olvides mi nombre...

Mientras el sol se filtra por mi ventana,
la lluvia brinda su aire, en mí...
No sabes como extraño mi calma,
no sabes si voy a ser, feliz así...

Dime mi amor, ¿qué pasó?
No sé porque yo no fui,
y espero,
que te olvides mi nombre...

Solo espero que las brumas del alba,
traigan un nombre a mi vida...

Espero que las llamas del alba,
traigan un alma...

Bien sabes como extraño mi alma,
no sé si aquella luz se queda...

Sabes como extraño tu alma,
no sé si aquella luz se queda en mí...

Y espero que te olvides mi nombre,
Espero que las llamas del alba,
traigan un rumbo a mi vida...

Espero solo espero tu nombre,
sobre mi nombre en este día...

La eternidad busca un paso en ti, amor...
es que la eternidad solo busca un paso en ti, amor...

30 Things to Stop Doing to Yourself

When you stop chasing the wrong things you give
the right things a chance to catch you.

As Maria Robinson once said, “Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.”  Nothing could be closer to the truth.  But before you can begin this process of transformation you have to stop doing the things that have been holding you back.

Here are some ideas to get you started:

  1. Stop spending time with the wrong people. – Life is too short to spend time with people who suck the happiness out of you.  If someone wants you in their life, they’ll make room for you.  You shouldn’t have to fight for a spot.  Never, ever insist yourself to someone who continuously overlooks your worth.  And remember, it’s not the people that stand by your side when you’re at your best, but the ones who stand beside you when you’re at your worst that are your true friends.
  2. Stop running from your problems. – Face them head on.  No, it won’t be easy.  There is no person in the world capable of flawlessly handling every punch thrown at them.  We aren’t supposed to be able to instantly solve problems.  That’s not how we’re made.  In fact, we’re made to get upset, sad, hurt, stumble and fall.  Because that’s the whole purpose of living – to face problems, learn, adapt, and solve them over the course of time.  This is what ultimately molds us into the person we become.
  3. Stop lying to yourself. – You can lie to anyone else in the world, but you can’t lie to yourself.  Our lives improve only when we take chances, and the first and most difficult chance we can take is to be honest with ourselves.  Read The Road Less Traveled.
  4. Stop putting your own needs on the back burner. – The most painful thing is losing yourself in the process of loving someone too much, and forgetting that you are special too.  Yes, help others; but help yourself too.  If there was ever a moment to follow your passion and do something that matters to you, that moment is now.
  5. Stop trying to be someone you’re not. – One of the greatest challenges in life is being yourself in a world that’s trying to make you likeeveryone else.  Someone will always be prettier, someone will always be smarter, someone will always be younger, but they will never be you.  Don’t change so people will like you.  Be yourself and the right people will love the real you.
  6. Stop trying to hold onto the past. – You can’t start the next chapter of your life if you keep re-reading your last one.
  7. Stop being scared to make a mistake. – Doing something and getting it wrong is at least ten times more productive than doing nothing.  Every success has a trail of failures behind it, and every failure is leading towards success.  You end up regretting the things you did NOT do far more than the things you did.
  8. Stop berating yourself for old mistakes. – We may love the wrong person and cry about the wrong things, but no matter how things go wrong, one thing is for sure, mistakes help us find the person and things that are right for us.  We all make mistakes, have struggles, and even regret things in our past.  But you are not your mistakes, you are not your struggles, and you are here NOW with the power to shape your day and your future.  Every single thing that has ever happened in your life is preparing you for a moment that is yet to come.
  9. Stop trying to buy happiness. – Many of the things we desire are expensive.  But the truth is, the things that really satisfy us are totally free – love, laughter and working on our passions.
  10. Stop exclusively looking to others for happiness. – If you’re not happy with who you are on the inside, you won’t be happy in a long-term relationship with anyone else either.  You have to create stability in your own life first before you can share it with someone else.  Read Stumbling on Happiness.
  11. Stop being idle. – Don’t think too much or you’ll create a problem that wasn’t even there in the first place.  Evaluate situations and take decisive action.  You cannot change what you refuse to confront.  Making progress involves risk.  Period!  You can’t make it to second base with your foot on first.
  12. Stop thinking you’re not ready. – Nobody ever feels 100% ready when an opportunity arises.  Because most great opportunities in life force us to grow beyond our comfort zones, which means we won’t feel totally comfortable at first.
  13. Stop getting involved in relationships for the wrong reasons. – Relationships must be chosen wisely.  It’s better to be alone than to be in bad company.  There’s no need to rush.  If something is meant to be, it will happen – in the right time, with the right person, and for the best reason. Fall in love when you’re ready, not when you’re lonely.
  14. Stop rejecting new relationships just because old ones didn’t work. – In life you’ll realize that there is a purpose for everyone you meet.  Some will test you, some will use you and some will teach you.  But most importantly, some will bring out the best in you.
  15. Stop trying to compete against everyone else. – Don’t worry about what others are doing better than you.  Concentrate on beating your own records every day.  Success is a battle between YOU and YOURSELF only.
  16. Stop being jealous of others. – Jealousy is the art of counting someone else’s blessings instead of your own.  Ask yourself this:  “What’s something I have that everyone wants?”
  17. Stop complaining and feeling sorry for yourself. – Life’s curveballs are thrown for a reason – to shift your path in a direction that is meant for you.  You may not see or understand everything the moment it happens, and it may be tough.  But reflect back on those negative curveballs thrown at you in the past.  You’ll often see that eventually they led you to a better place, person, state of mind, or situation.  So smile!  Let everyone know that today you are a lot stronger than you were yesterday, and you will be.
  18. Stop holding grudges. – Don’t live your life with hate in your heart.  You will end up hurting yourself more than the people you hate.  Forgiveness is not saying, “What you did to me is okay.”  It is saying, “I’m not going to let what you did to me ruin my happiness forever.”  Forgiveness is the answer… let go, find peace, liberate yourself!  And remember, forgiveness is not just for other people, it’s for you too.  If you must, forgive yourself, move on and try to do better next time.
  19. Stop letting others bring you down to their level. – Refuse to lower your standards to accommodate those who refuse to raise theirs.
  20. Stop wasting time explaining yourself to others. – Your friends don’t need it and your enemies won’t believe it anyway.  Just do what you know in your heart is right.
  21. Stop doing the same things over and over without taking a break. – The time to take a deep breath is when you don’t have time for it.  If you keep doing what you’re doing, you’ll keep getting what you’re getting.  Sometimes you need to distance yourself to see things clearly.
  22. Stop overlooking the beauty of small moments. – Enjoy the little things, because one day you may look back and discover they were the big things.  The best portion of your life will be the small, nameless moments you spend smiling with someone who matters to you.
  23. Stop trying to make things perfect. – The real world doesn’t reward perfectionists, it rewards people who get things done.  Read Getting Things Done.
  24. Stop following the path of least resistance. – Life is not easy, especially when you plan on achieving something worthwhile.  Don’t take the easy way out.  Do something extraordinary.
  25. Stop acting like everything is fine if it isn’t. – It’s okay to fall apart for a little while.  You don’t always have to pretend to be strong, and there is no need to constantly prove that everything is going well.  You shouldn’t be concerned with what other people are thinking either – cry if you need to – it’s healthy to shed your tears.  The sooner you do, the sooner you will be able to smile again.
  26. Stop blaming others for your troubles. – The extent to which you can achieve your dreams depends on the extent to which you take responsibility for your life.  When you blame others for what you’re going through, you deny responsibility – you give others power over that part of your life.
  27. Stop trying to be everything to everyone. – Doing so is impossible, and trying will only burn you out.  But making one person smile CAN change the world.  Maybe not the whole world, but their world.  So narrow your focus.
  28. Stop worrying so much. – Worry will not strip tomorrow of its burdens, it will strip today of its joy.  One way to check if something is worth mulling over is to ask yourself this question: “Will this matter in one year’s time?  Three years?  Five years?”  If not, then it’s not worth worrying about.
  29. Stop focusing on what you don’t want to happen. – Focus on what you do want to happen.  Positive thinking is at the forefront of every great success story.  If you awake every morning with the thought that something wonderful will happen in your life today, and you pay close attention, you’ll often find that you’re right.
  30. Stop being ungrateful. – No matter how good or bad you have it, wake up each day thankful for your life.  Someone somewhere else is desperately fighting for theirs.  Instead of thinking about what you’re missing, try thinking about what you have that everyone else is missing.

Tomado de: www.marcandangel.com/2011/12/11/30-things-to-stop-doing-to-yourself/

Written by: Marc

 

oh! mojada navidad.

– marta, yo creo que este año si que nieva.

– ma, estás loca? CÓMO VA A NEVAR AQUÍ?

A veces le agrego sap en castellano a mi madre, porque me causa más gracias escucharla hablando como española, (que payasa que soy)  bueno, la cuestión es que este año, como todos los años, los panameñitos esperábamos diciembre con ansias, ya saben , toca hacer limpieza de casa, renovar la pintura, hacer mejoras como poner una piscina, tener excusa para hacer varios eventos los fines de semana, que si el bbq, que si el almuerzo en la terraza nueva, que si comprar 20 cajas de cerveza y no hacer nada, solo beberlas, etc, etc, todo esto acompañado del buen clima que caracteriza a nuestro país, ya saben, solcito por aquí, por allá, por todos lados, ese sol que te pica cuando estas en la calle y que marca el brazo izquierdo de todos los conductores (especialmente si son camioneros, taxistas, o lesbianas ja!)

Este año, el sol decidió que había que hacer rsvp con tiempo y nosotros lo dejamos pa’ última hora por lo visto, porque no se ha dignado en aparecer, y para colmos el cielo ha soltado tanta agua que no aguantamos más, lo curioso es que ni las torrenciales lluvias que duran todo el día contribuyen a disminuir el consumo desmesurado de estas epocas, los mall están abarrotados, las calles a toda hora están congestionadas, los restaurantes tienen todo diciembre full de reservas por fiestas, cenas, almuerzos de navidad, no hay quien aguante esto, al menos yo no.

He decidido que mis regalos los daré en Enero, prefiero pasar estos días en casa,  he aprendido a detestar el consumo absurdo (quien lo diría!) después de todo lo importante no son las cosas materiales, pero por lo visto satisfacen y mucho. Seguir leyendo “oh! mojada navidad.”

something to remember every day

Written by Regina Brett,

90 years old, of the Plain Dealer, Cleveland , Ohio .“To celebrate growing older, I once wrote the 45 lessons life taught me. It is the most requested column I’ve ever written.

My odometer rolled over to 90 in August, so here is the column once more:

1. Life isn’t fair, but it’s still good.

2. When in doubt, just take the next small step.

3. Life is too short to waste time hating anyone.

4. Your job won’t take care of you when you are sick. Your friends and parents will. Stay in touch.

5. Pay off your credit cards every month.

6. You don’t have to win every argument. Agree to disagree.

7. Cry with someone. It’s more healing than crying alone.

8. It’s OK to get angry with God. He can take it.

9. Save for retirement starting with your first paycheck.

10. When it comes to chocolate, resistance is futile.

11. Make peace with your past so it won’t screw up the present.

12. It’s OK to let your children see you cry.

13. Don’t compare your life to others. You have no idea what their journey is all about.

14. If a relationship has to be a secret, you shouldn’t be in it.

15. Everything can change in the blink of an eye. But don’t worry; God never blinks.

16. Take a deep breath. It calms the mind.

17. Get rid of anything that isn’t useful, beautiful or joyful.

18. Whatever doesn’t kill you really does make you stronger.

19. It’s never too late to have a happy childhood. But the second one is up to you and no one else.

20. When it comes to going after what you love in life, don’t take no for an answer.

21. Burn the candles, use the nice sheets, wear the fancy lingerie. Don’t save it for a special occasion. Today is special.

22. Over prepare, then go with the flow.

23. Be eccentric now. Don’t wait for old age to wear purple.

24. The most important sex organ is the brain.

25. No one is in charge of your happiness but you.

26. Frame every so-called disaster with these words ‘In five years, will this matter?’

27. Always choose life.

28. Forgive everyone everything.

29. What other people think of you is none of your business.

30. Time heals almost everything. Give time time.

31. However good or bad a situation is, it will change.

32. Don’t take yourself so seriously. No one else does.

33. Believe in miracles.

34. God loves you because of who God is, not because of anything you did or didn’t do.

35. Don’t audit life. Show up and make the most of it now.

36. Growing old beats the alternative — dying young.

37. Your children get only one childhood.

38. All that truly matters in the end is that you loved.

39. Get outside every day. Miracles are waiting everywhere.

40. If we all threw our problems in a pile and saw everyone else’s, we’d grab ours back.

41. Envy is a waste of time. You already have all you need.

42. The best is yet to come…

43. No matter how you feel, get up, dress up and show up.

44. Yield.

45. Life isn’t tied with a bow, but it’s still a gift.”

adicciones en calma

en el silencio de la soledad buscada,
con el consumir de un cigarrillo
todos nos herimos,
todos nos dañamos.

en la agonía de una última palabra,
en el martirio de un recordar eterno,
todos nos herimos,
todos nos dañamos.

con la consciencia tranquila,
y el alma agitada,
todos nos herimos,
nos hacemos daño.

la dieta del pensamiento

La vida que vives se nutre de los pensamientos que piensas. ¿Qué tipo de nutrientes te están proveyendo tus pensamientos actualmente? Si tus pensamientos están llenos de miedos, de críticas, de enojo, preocupación y egoísmo, esas serán las cosas de las que te nutrirás. Obviamente lo que vas a experimentar a cambio será decepción, ansiedad e infelicidad. 
Por el contrario, deja que sean pensamientos de amabilidad, de amor, de fe, esperanza y bondad los que llenen tu mente. Ellos te llevarán a experimentar alegría, felicidad, buena salud y realización. Imagina lo mal que te sentirías si tu dieta sólo estuviese conformada por comida chatarra. Darle a tu vida una dieta de ninguna otra cosa excepto pensamientos negativos y limitantes tendría el mismo efecto. Pensar en algo no lo hace realidad. Pero el pensamiento te da los nutrientes que necesitas para convertirlo en realidad. Haz que esos nutrientes de pensamientos positivos sean de la mejor calidad que podrían llegar a ser. Y tu vida se beneficiará enormemente.

tengo amigas…

gordas…flacas…altas…chaparras…sentimentales…frías…lesbianas…profesionales…madres…hijas…enamoradas…decepcionadas…felices…sencillas…complejas…humildes…muy plásticas…idealistas…realistas…rápidas…lentísimas…con complejos…muy seguras…fashionistas…clásicas….diversas…tradicionales…
TENGO AMIGAS
que lloran
ríen
celebran
abrazan
aman
pierden
ganan
trabajan
estudian
procrastinan
discuten
pero todas y cada una de ellas son MUJERES FUERTES que DEFIENDEN lo que son, hacen, dicen, sienten, piensan y sueñan…con la FUERZA imparable de las mujeres MA RA VI LLO SAS…
las amo y admiro

fusion

muchas veces pasa en la vida que sentimos que somos dos, o tres o cuatro personas, quizàs por las situaciones màs que por cualquier tipo de patología, o al menos ese es mi caso, la vida me llevo a definir mi vida y como metodología utilicé la segmentación, pero todo está tan bien, tan perfecto, todo es tan como debe ser, que simplemente recogeré mis pedazos y me enfocarè en ser yo. y feliz.

hermosa

Siempre había tenido la maravillosa bendición de decir que ningún amigo cercano se había despedido prematuramente de la vida, esta mañana me despertó mamá con una noticia que fue desgarradora, Andreíta, precisamente la conocía hace 21 años, la misma cantidad de años que llenó de alegría esta tierra, era la mejor amiga de mi hermano, la hija del mejor amigo de mi papá, y mucho más cercana a mí que muchas primas que la sangre me dio.
Porqué murió Andrea? pues, porque le tocaba ya sé, pero Andrea murió porque tomó la decisión de someterse a una cirugía para mejorar su cuerpo, irónico, era perfecta, hermosa, tal cual vino de fábrica, estoy triste por ver a mi hermano triste, estoy triste por que Andrea ya no está, pero me siento triste como mujer, me siento preocupada porque como ella hay muchas chicas que se miran al espejo y sienten que algo les falta, que algo en ellas podría ser mejor físicamente.
Andrea era excepcional, era exitosa, era cariñosa, era correcta, era una niña como ya no las hay, y se fue temprano, se fue a repartir alegría a otro lado, y dejó muchísima alegría en nuestros corazones; Andrea ya no se va a sentir más preocupada por su cuerpo, y a nosotros no nos importa su cuerpo, eso pasó, ya no es, pero ella sigue siendo, sigue estando, ella sigue aquí, con sus enseñanzas a sus amigos, con su cariño a todos quienes la rodeábamos.
Cuando yo me cambié a su escuela ella se encargó de que yo conociera todo, de que yo me sintiera cómoda, cuando mi hermano estuvo triste ella estuvo siempre a su lado, y por eso estaré eternamente agradecida.
Somos perfectas, nada nos falta, nada nos sobra, cada milímetro d nosotras esta vivo y es perfecto.
Andreíta eres hermosa.