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La Sexta Extinción


La Sexta Extinción por Andrew Álvarez Chardón

La Sexta Extinción por Andrew Álvarez Chardón

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El Vacio en Tí


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El significado de magia se pierde en cuanto a tú hermosura se trata. Quiero borrarte y bloquearte de los seguidores, pero estoy perdido y atado al encanto o mejor dicho al embrujo de tu belleza. Entonces así iremos irreversiblemente a vivir otra vida perdidos en el universo buscando algo que no existes en la mente de Dios.

 

Draókos (The Black Dragon)
Psicofilosofía Urbana es (c)1980
Copyright 1980 ICP

 

 

WHY EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE Is All the Hype for 2020


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WHY EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE Is All the Hype for 2020

BY JENNIFER GALVAN, PH.D.

Jennifer Galvan Psychologist

@aliana.king

“Emotion is more powerful than reason.  Emotion is the driving force behind thinking and reasoning.  Emotional intelligence increases the mind’s ability to make positive, brilliant decisions”. – Dr. T.P.Chia

Most of us are familiar with academic, creative, or analytical intelligence, but more recently, emotional intelligence is gaining more attention. Emotional intelligence is a form of understanding that consists of four skills.  The first is having emotional awareness.  In other words, having the ability to identify and label one’s own and others’ emotions.  This includes detecting emotions in the face and voice.  The second skill is the ability to harness one’s emotions and apply them to tasks like thinking or problem-solving.

Those with greater emotional intelligence are able to use their emotions to guide them toward their current tasks.  The third is understanding emotions and having the power to be empathic and sensitive to the variations between emotions.  Finally, the fourth is managing emotions, which includes both regulating one’s own emotions and helping others regulate theirs.  With this skill, emotionally intelligent individuals can not only harness positive and negative emotions, they can also manage them in order to accomplish their goals.

Much like strengthening a muscle with physical exercise, emotional intelligence can also be developed through practice and application.

Ways to enhance EI skills include:

  1. Work on increasing self-awareness by allowing negative feelings to arise without an effort to avoid them or judge them. The more you can be candid with yourself, the faster you can identify what you are experiencing from within.  In other words, you are aware of your own “emotional bullshit”!
  2. Manage your emotions by objectively reflecting to see if your emotions are suitable for the situation and then acting accordingly.
  3. Practice empathy and recognize others’ emotional needs. You can do this by becoming conscious of verbal and non-verbal cues to try to understand others’ perspectives, and by putting yourself in their shoes.
  4. Become aware of your stressors by keeping track of things that increase your stress level and be proactive in taking steps to minimize them.
  5. Find ways to handle adversity by practicing optimism, asking constructive questions, and taking initiative toward solutions.

Greater emotional intelligence is positively correlated with greater social ability and interactions. This leads to more positive interpersonal relationships.  Individuals with higher emotional intelligence have greater academic achievements, work performance, and negotiating abilities.  They are often more effective coaches and leaders as well as more successful in business.  Overall, individuals with greater emotional intelligence display better psychological well-being from having more self-awareness, a greater ability to control strong emotions, and deeper, more intimate relationships from empathizing with others.

Jennifer Galvan, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in Woodland Hills, California.  Dr. Galvan has several years of training and experience in psychoanalytic psychotherapy and has been part of many podcasts and seminars around diverse topics.  For more information, visit Dr. Galvan’s website at Jennifer Galvan or follow @dr.jennifergalvan on Instagram.

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BY JENNIFER GALVAN, PH.D.

 

Someone You Loved – Lewis Cappid


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Someone You Loved

 

Someone You Loved
I’m going under and this time I fear there’s no one to save me
This all or nothing really got a way of driving me crazy
I need somebody to heal
Somebody to know
Somebody to have
Somebody to hold
It’s easy to say
But it’s never the same
I guess I kinda liked the way you numbed all the pain
Now the day bleeds
Into nightfall
And you’re not here
To get me through it all
I let my guard down
And then you pulled the rug
I was getting kinda used to being someone you loved
I’m going under and this time I fear there’s no one to turn to
This all or nothing way of loving got me sleeping without you
Now, I need somebody to know
Somebody to heal
Somebody to have
Just to know how it feels
It’s easy to say but it’s never the same
I guess I kinda liked the way you helped me escape
Now the day bleeds
Into nightfall
And you’re not here
To get me through it all
I let my guard down
And then you pulled the rug
I was getting kinda used to being someone you loved
And I tend to close my eyes when it hurts sometimes
I fall into your arms
I’ll be safe in your sound ’til I come back around
For now the day bleeds
Into nightfall
And you’re not here
To get me through it all
I let my guard down
And then you pulled the rug
I was getting kinda used to being someone you loved
But now the day bleeds
Into nightfall
And you’re not here
To get me through it all
I let my guard down
And then you pulled the rug
I was getting kinda used to being someone you loved
I let my guard down
And then you pulled the rug
I was getting kinda used to being someone you loved
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Teimpo de Reflexionar


La depreción y el suicidio

La Deperción

 

Pasamos por momentos difíciles que tomaron años de acumulación, ojalá existiera una barita mágica para arreglar todo en un momento, pero no es así.  La presión que siento sólo exacerba mi condición y aumenta negativamente mis emociones.  Si hubiera una píldora mágica la tomaría, pero es un proceso que toma tiempo.  Yo quiero sanar mis heridas, pero tampoco quiero ir a la prisa para desfallecer y volver a caer en el abismo.  La paciencia es una virtud que se debe aprender y que también toma mucho tiempo en conseguir.

No podemos obligar a las personas a recuperarse rápido, lo que resulta en mayor carga emocional y dilata el proceso de recuperación.  Esta temporada festiva del año no es buena para muchas personas, incluyéndome.  La depresión en los tiempos festivos son momentos para mantener la calma con aquellos que la sufren durante este tiempo.  El no facilitar el proceso de sanación afecta a los afectados.  Todos necesitamos ser sanados, cada uno de nosotros tenemos nuestras heridas de las que tenemos que recuperarnos.

Dense el espacio para hacerlo, el amor propio es lo primero, si no te amas primero, no puedes amar o ayudar a los demás.

 

 

 

 

Draókos (The Black Dragon)
Psicofilosofía Urbana es (c)1980
Copyright 1980 ICP

 

No Creo


El Todo es mente el universo es Mental.

El Mentalismo

No creo en nada de lo que veo, oigo, siento o huelo.  Nada es real, sólo existe Uno que no se ve y de quien no se sabe nada, sólo que Es, el invisible, aquel de quien habla Pablo de Saulo.  Nos llenamos el ego de todo lo que es banal, trivial y olvidamos que existe algo más grande que nosotros que no podemos imaginar.  Para el Todo, no existe lo bueno o lo malo, son simples grados de importancia.  El frio, por ejemplo, es lo mismo que el calor, solo existen grados por medio.  Para una persona que vive en el polo norte 300 bajo cero es frio y 600 grados es caliente.  Ahora dile lo mismo a uno que viva en la zona ecuatorial del planeta si 600 es caliente.

Todo es lo mismo y la verdad tan son sólo medias verdades.  No existe nada absoluto sólo el Todo es absoluto, y somos su creación mental.  El Todo es mente y el universo es mental.  ¿Yo soy yo?, seré el mismo de hace unos cinco minutos atrás, o tal vez 20 o 50 años atrás.  La respuesta definitiva es NO, todo cabía todo conforme a la ley de regeneración.  Nacemos, morimos.  Universos nacen y luego son destruidos.  Estos son probados por la ciencia, no lo digo yo.

El que dice que no cambiará, que es el mismo de siempre, se engaña así mismo pues esta ley es inquebrantable.  Vivimos prestados para aprender con cada lección de vida para ascender más cerca de nuestro verdadero origen.  El fanatismo nos consume y nos siega a verdades que son aparentemente imposibles de creer, pero como ya he explicado todas las verdades son medias verdades ya habrán pasado juicio sobre lo que he manifestado hasta el momento.

Sólo los grandes Maestros han logrado entender estas las leyes y no presumo de conocerlas a cabalidad, pues con cada día que pasa necesito saber más, aprender, entender e internalizar dichas enseñanzas.

Se habla de un Maestro que entendió a cabalidad lo que estas leyes significaban.  Fue condenado y crucificado para mostrar que se podía prosperar a un plano más elevado de existencia y los escribas de aquel entonces hablaron de ello.  Inclusive ha habido otros maestros que también lograron entender estas leyes, desde Abraham, Enoc, Elías, Moisés y Jesús, sin considerar los de otras culturas que también las compartían.

Entonces que soy.  Parte de un sueño, una idea creada para materializar en este plano físico de existencia.  Con cada interacción y cada vida ascenderemos a nuestro origen, eventualmente.  Entonces estaremos más cerca de Aquel quien no pensó, pues todo y está en su mente y no existe nada fuera de ella.

Draókos (The Black Dragon)
Psicofilosofía Urbana es (c)1980
Copyright 1980 ICP

Where is the Technology


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Are we there yet?

I am from a generation gap that watched Star Trek every day.  The Original Series (1966–1969).  Star Trek: The Original Series, frequently abbreviated as TOS, debuted on NBC on September 8, 1966.  I was ten years old; I could not stop watching this TV series.  The show tells the tale of the crew of the starship USS Enterprise and its five-year mission “to boldly go where no man has gone before.”

I saw an announcement of some thermal gloves of cutting edge technology, and in my appreciation, they were too thick.  When you claim advanced technology, you have to consider many variables, for example, electric, solar, mini, or sub-mini and very thin components, state of the art practical wear.  You want to have these capabilities to freely move around.  They would be outstanding if that technology were as slim as skin.  You want to keep your hands hot.  In turn, this will send a message to the brain, saying that you are warm, but you also want to have the feeling that you are not wearing anything.

Sorry I am from the 60s Star Trek and all related series that follow.  Star Trek Generations, Voyager, and Deep Space Nine, but I have yet to see more advanced technology after 50+ years of the commencement of the series.  All this talk about future Fantasy.  I do not include Star Wars that was released on May 25, 1977.  First subtitled Episode IV – A New Hope in the 1979 book The Art of Star Wars, or Back to the Future Back to the Future opened on July 3, 1985, on 1,200 screens in North America and all that has come out afterward.  I know we as a human race have come a long way in technology but, 50+ years?

Let us present a few examples: I am a USAF veteran that served from December 1974 through November 1982.  I have seen up and close the Aircraft SR-71 most commonly known as Black Bird.  It is more like a spaceship than an aircraft.  For reference, I just did a Google search on the information of the Black Bird design and in-service.  Google is telling me, and I quote: “ The original Blackbird was designated the A-12 and made its first flight on April 30, 1962. The single-seat A-12 soon evolved into the larger SR-71, which added a second seat for a Reconnaissance Systems Officer and carried more fuel than the A-12.  The SR-71’s first flight was on December 22, 1964. This information is taken from Lockheedmartin.com.

In my duty station, I was informed that SR-71 was coming to the base.  I talked to the Captain in charge of my unit, and he told me, maybe to impress a young adult, that the design was started in 1956, 63 years ago.  Could you imagine that?  1956.  Back in 1978, this aircraft was Top Secret and it was immediately taken in a hanger so that no one could see it.  This jet is a long-range, supersonic reconnaissance aircraft capable of flying at Mach 3.2.

When it first flew, it was a fantastic performer and still is after three decades of unmatched capabilities. The SR-71 has serviced the United States for more than 35 years.  What the public sees now is what the government or whatever power wants you to see.  Behind sealed doors, there is more than meets the eye.  (Believe it or not, I am not troubled by it).

The second example I want to acknowledge is medical technology.  While in the military, I hurt my cervical, back spine, and my right knee.  In 1976, MRIs or CT Scans did not exist.  Some x-rays were taken and dismiss it as nothing to be a concern.  In the first series of Star Trek, they had what was called a Tricorder.  It would function as scanning anything, life signs, medical conditions, universal translator, database information, and recording anything the explorers could gather.  Are we even closed to this miniature technology?  Our CT-Scan and MRI machines are humongous.  Can we see through walls, can we replicate any components or food?  Can we dematerialize and rematerialize in another part of the world?

Do you remember the movie “The Fly”?  The Fly is a 1958 American science fiction-horror film produced and directed by Kurt Neumann and starring David Hedison, Patricia Owens, Vincent Price, and Herbert Marshall. The screenplay by James Clavell based on the 1957 short story of the same name by George Langelaan.  The film tells the story of a scientist who was transformed into a grotesque creature.  A common housefly enters unseen into a molecular transporter he is experimenting with, resulting in his atoms being combined with those of the insect, which produces a human-fly hybrid.

Can we produce paper-thin bulletproof glass (Remember when Kirk had to return to earth to bring back a humpback whale to save the planet?  How about cars so light that their body is made of plastic harder than stainless steel.  Can we make Sky Walker laser sword or canons, sonic weapons, I know some exists but not used, and I am talking miniature?

Today we are yet to see a supercomputer that mimics the human brain.  The Human Brain Project was or is part of research to produce this technology by 2020, but it seems a dud.  I honestly was looking forward to this project’s success.  They intended to treat neurological illnesses like Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.  This treatment, in turn, would provide viable solutions to emotional conditions, in general, like schizophrenia, anxiety, depression, and many other neurological issues.  Many brotherhood Veterans like me would have benefited greatly from this technology.

 

 

Draókos (The Black Dragon)
Psicofilosofía Urbana es (c)1980
Copyright 1980 ICP

 

When You Don’t Want to Be Here, but You’re Too Afraid to Die


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I don’t want to be here anymore, but I’m too afraid to die.

I typed this into Google a year ago, my hands shaking as I questioned what I meant. I didn’t want to be alive or exist anymore. But at the same time, I didn’t quite want to die.

I felt selfish as I typed it, thinking about all of the people who had been suicidal, worrying that I was being disrespectful to those who had actually lost their lives that way. I also wondered whether I was just being dramatic.

But I pressed enter anyway, desperate to find an answer for what I was feeling. To my surprise, I was met with search after search of the exact same question.

“I don’t want to die, I just don’t want to exist,” read one.

“I’m suicidal but I don’t want to die,” read another.

And then I realized: I’m not being silly. I’m not being stupid or melodramatic or attention-seeking. There were so many other people feeling the exact same way. And for the first time, I didn’t feel quite so alone.

But I still felt what I felt. I felt distant from the world and from myself; my life felt almost as though it were on autopilot.

I was aware of my existence, but I wasn’t really experiencing it. It felt like I had become separate from my own self, as though a part of me was just watching my body go through the motions. Daily routines like getting up, making the bed, and working the day away felt almost mechanical. I was in a toxic relationship and heavily depressed.

My life had become repetitive and, in many ways, unbearable.

And I questioned what the point in that was, exactly. Why continue living if I didn’t actually feel like I was alive?

I started to imagine what people’s lives would be like without me in it. I wondered what would happen after I died. I was bombarded with intrusive thoughts, suicidal feelings, urges to hurt myself, and feelings of despair.

But there was one thing contradicting that: I was scared to die.

So many questions would run through my head when I thought about actually ending my life.

What if I attempted to kill myself and it went wrong? What if it went right, but in the last few moments of my life I realized I had made a mistake and regretted it? What exactly happens after I die? What happens to the people around me? Could I do that to my family? Would people miss me?

And these questions would eventually lead me to the question, do I really want to die?

The answer, deep down, was no. And so I held on to that to keep me going, that little glimmer of uncertainty every time I thought about ending my life. If that tiny bit of unease was still there, there was a chance I’d be making the wrong decision.

There was a chance that a part of me thought that things could get better.

But it wasn’t going to be easy. Things had been going downhill for a long time. I had been suffering with severe anxiety caused by PTSD for several months, which had escalated to daily panic attacks. I experienced a constant feeling of dread in my stomach, tension headaches, body tremors, and nausea.

This had been taking over my life for so long until, all of a sudden, I snapped.

That’s when everything went numb. It was a huge turning point, going from feeling everything at once to feeling nothing at all.

And, in all honesty, I think the nothingness was worse. The nothingness, combined with the same daily routine and toxic relationship, made my life feel utterly worthless. At the end of my rope, I turned to Google. No one ever really explained how to cope with suicidal ideation, particularly when you don’t really want to die.

Scrolling through post after post, I realized that actually, a lot of people understood. A lot of people knew what it was like to not want to be here anymore but not want to die.

We had all typed in the question with one expectation: answers. And answers meant we wanted to know what to do with our feelings instead of ending our lives.

Realizing this gave me hope. It told me that if these people, like me, were still here — despite feeling all the same feelings — I could stay, too.

And maybe, I hoped, that meant that deep down, we all wanted to hold on to see if things could get better. And that we could.

My mind had been clouded by the anxiety, despair, monotony, and a relationship that was slowly destroying me. And because I had felt so low, so numb and empty, I hadn’t actually taken a step aside to really and truly look at this. To look at how things could get better if I attempted to make changes.

The reason I thought I was just existing was because I really was. I was miserable and I was stuck. But I hadn’t picked apart my life to realize why.

I can’t say that in one day everything changed, because it didn’t. But I did start to make changes. I started to see a therapist, who helped me gain some perspective. My toxic relationship ended. I was devastated about it, but things improved so quickly as I started to exercise my independence.

Yes, I still got up every morning and made the bed, but the rest of the day would be at my hands, and slowly but surely, that started to excite me. I think a huge part of feeling as though I was just some form of existence was because my life was so predictable. Now that that had been taken away, everything seemed new and exciting.

With time, I felt like I was living again, and most importantly, that I had and have a life worth living.

I still suffer with mental illness. There are still bad days, and I know there always will be.

But knowing that I got through this truly difficult time in my life gives me the motivation to get through any other bad moments again. It’s given me the strength and determination to carry on.

And despite the way I was feeling at the time, I’m so glad I Googled that question. I’m so glad I realized I wasn’t alone. And I’m so glad I trusted that unease when it came to the idea of taking my own life. Because that unease led me to living a life I’m actually happy to be living.

What I want you to know — especially if, like me, you found yourself here through a Google search or a headline that caught your attention at the right time — is this: No matter how lonely or awful you feel, please know that you’re not alone.

I’m not going to tell you it isn’t a horrible, scary feeling. I know that better than most. But I promise you things can and often do get better. You just have to hold on to that doubt, however small it might be. That doubt is there for a reason: There’s an important part of you that knows your life isn’t over yet.

And speaking from experience, I can assure you that small, nagging feeling is telling you the truth. There’s a future you who will be so glad you listened.

Hattie Gladwell

 

Hattie Gladwell is a mental health journalist, author, and advocate. She writes about mental illness in hopes of diminishing the stigma and to encourage others to speak out.

 

¿Necesitamos Exhibirnos?


desnudos en las marchas del orgullo gayPara mostrar belleza no es necesario estar casi desnudos para aladear arte o moda.  Soy fanático de la tecnología e investigador cibernético y he visto muchas damas mostrar su belleza totalmente vestidas, sin mostrar algo de su cuerpo sagrado, pues aun utilizando vestimenta holgada emana de ellas una sensualidad natural radiante.  Pienso que más que radiante, deslumbrante, es una belleza interna maravillosa y encantadora que hombres prudentes se maravillarían ante su presencia.

Es más belleza interna, seguridad, una estabilidad emocional sobrenatural que va más allá de lo imposible.  La verdad a mí no me importa lo que las damas hagan o dejen de hacer con sus cuerpos, entiendo que si lo exhiben es porque algo están vendiendo y ese daño se lo debo al mercadeo de modas, promoviendo una vanidad enferma que no produce nada bueno, pero así es el universo, todo tiene su balance.

Pero para mi gusto, no se sientan ofendidas o cualquier otra emoción que puedan asociar a lo que voy a decir porque es mi opinión y sólo mi opinión.  Voy a comenzar a BLOQUEAR todas personas que tengan, en mi opinión, un sentido sexual más que sensual en su muro, blog, o cualquier otro medio social, por más que admire a dicha persona y por los logros que ha alcanzado con los mismos.

La verdad es que existen infinidad de opciones, todos tenemos opciones, eso de que no tenía otra opción, es pura justificación para hacer algo que desea hacer de su subconsciente.  Pero, de nuevo, es mi opinión y absolutamente nadie tiene que estar de acuerdo con lo que digo, pues sólo me escribo a mí mismo, reforzando mis propios valores y sobre todo mi humanidad.

Conozco muy bien que, en la vida, individuos han pasado por eventos traumáticos que los han llevado hacer las cosas que han hecho o que hacen, pero siempre está en nosotros, nosotros somo los únicos responsables por nuestras acciones o inacciones.  La culpa no es de nadie más, exceptuando algunos casos de la niñez y espero que el Human Brain Project, pueda arreglar por lo menos la mitad de esos problemas.

La humanidad del ser no se puede perder.

Draókos (The Black Dragon)
Psicofilosofía Urbana es (c)1980
Copyright 1980 ICP

Los Principios Universales


Volviendo a mis raíces pseudocientíficas sobre las leyes universales psicofísicas.

Los siete principios o axiomas, como están descritos en el Kybalión, son:

Mentalismo. El Todo es mente; el universo es mental. El Todo es el conjunto totalizador. Nada hay fuera del Todo.

Correspondencia. Como es arriba, es abajo; como es abajo, es arriba. Afirma que este principio se manifiesta en los tres Grandes Planos: el Físico, el Mental y el Espiritual.

Vibración. Nada está inmóvil; todo se mueve; todo vibra.

Polaridad. Todo es doble, todo tiene dos polos; todo, su par de opuestos: los semejantes y los antagónicos son lo mismo; los opuestos son idénticos en naturaleza, pero diferentes en grado; los extremos se tocan; todas las verdades son medias verdades, todas las paradojas pueden reconciliarse.

Ritmo. Todo fluye y refluye; todo tiene sus períodos de avance y retroceso, todo asciende y desciende; todo se mueve como un péndulo; la medida de su movimiento hacia la derecha es la misma que la de su movimiento hacia la izquierda; el ritmo es la compensación.

Causa y efecto. Toda causa tiene su efecto; todo efecto tiene su causa; todo sucede de acuerdo a la ley; la suerte o azar no es más que el nombre que se le da a la ley no reconocida; hay muchos planos de causalidad, pero nada escapa a la Ley.

Género. El género existe por doquier; todo tiene su principio masculino y femenino; el género se manifiesta en todos los planos. En el plano físico es la sexualidad.

Draókos (The Black Dragon)
Psicofilosofía Urbana es (c)1980
Copyright 1980 ICP

Recuerdos Innecesarios


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¿Qué nos pasa como seres humanos y nuestra capacidad para recordar eventos traumáticos y trágicos en nuestras vidas? ¿Será amnesia colectiva que se nos tengan que recordar cada instante de eventos trágicos y casi nunca de los buenos?

Yo no estoy diciendo que nos yazcamos en esos pasados recuerdos, si no saber que sí ocurrieron y que, por defecto, no debemos, tenemos que asegurarnos estar más preparados física y emocionalmente para eventos futuros a los que nadie nos enseña a enfrentar.

Es lamentable cómo se habla de la instrucción educativa, la educación y la academia y ninguna de estas entidades preparan a los niños e individios de una forma efectivas para enfrentar eventos catastróficos, incluyendo la muerte. Nada se habla de ésta última como si fuera un Tabú, como si fuéramos inmortales y nunca vamos a morir.

¿Cuáles deberían ser nuestras verdaderas intenciones en instruir, educar a un país o pueblo? El dinero y los bienes gananciales no pueden ni deben ser la orden del día, tiene que ser algo más profundo, si prefieres, algo más espiritual o sobrenatural. Sí, la protección de la vida es sagrada y es importante, pero también el conocimiento de que algún día llegaremos a nuestro fin. En mi humilde opinión, personalmente pienso en una muerte digna, satisfecho de lo que he logrado en el tiempo que he estado en este mundo y poder dejarlo sintiéndome en total paz y tranquilidad conmigo mismo. Estas cosas no se enseñan, tal vez en otros Países del mundo tengan una visión distinta a la nuestra y le doy la bienvenida pues es parte de una realidad inquebrantable.

Yo quiero, deseo, necesito ayuda para reconciliar mi vida, todavía estoy a tiempo para ello. He podido ver como varios de mis familiares han fallecido en total paz como si estuvieran soñando y otros en una agonía aterradora. Yo me quiero ir sin dolor, sin trauma, sin angustia y todo se logra reconciliándose consigo mismo, aceptando que todo lo que hicimos, lo hemos hecho lo mejor que pudimos con las herramientas que teníamos a la mano.

No soy pesimista soy un analítico realista que ama la vida y al ente humano con mucho respeto, por lo que ello conlleva. El Humano. Todos somos seres humanos y nos debemos y debemos respeto a todos y todo sobre nuestra existencia en este planeta.

Estoy seguro de que mucho estarán pensando, “Éste está loco”, estoy bien con eso, no me guarda ninguna relevancia pues se muy bien quién y qué soy. Sólo tengo algunas dudas y deseo reconciliarlas. Las cuestiones nunca se apartarán de mí como nuestro amado Sócrates, que siempre tenía preguntas.

Porqué hablo de que esto porque se sigue trayendo el pasado para que recordemos, ya muchos recordamos, Hugo, Georges, María, 911, Iraq, Kuwait, Afganistán, terremotos, fuegos infernales, masacres en campos de concentración y en escuelas primarias, en edificios gubernamentales y privados, todos eso lo recordamos muy bien, por lo menos la mayoría, eso pienso. Lo que no queremos ver; es que nada es para siempre y que vivimos prestados en este mundo y cuando tu boleto de abordaje te llega, se acabó y sigues a otro lugar que del que nunca hemos podido saber.

Draókos (The Black Dragon)
Psicofilosofía Urbana es (c)1980
Copyright 1980 ICP

Lenguage


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Language is just a symbol of communication, is not who or what you are, and that will never change.

El lenguaje es solo un símbolo de comunicación, no es quién o qué eres, y eso nunca cambiará.

 

Draókos (The Black Dragon)
Psicofilosofía Urbana es (c)1980
Copyright 1980 ICP

 

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