Observing nature has been an act of learning for the human being. Our grandparents woke up at dawn to receive the first light of day and walk with the sun. Many of the native cultures of America were governed by the movement of the stars, creating calendars that calculated the rhythm of the tides, the solstices, the hot or rainy seasons.
Since pre-Hispanic times, ancient cultures worshiped Tonantzin, which means "Our mother" in Nahuatl and is considered the mother of all Gods. Tonantzin, was venerated by the Mexicas and different cultures that traveled from remote times to the Tepeyac hill where the church of Our Lady of Guadalupe is now built.
Mexico is the thirteenth largest country in the world and the third in Latin America. It is located in the southern part of North America, bordering the United States to the north, Belize and Guatemala to the south, the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea to the east, and the Pacific Ocean to the west. Geographic borders, which, on the one hand, open gaps in opportunities to attract tourism due to the geographical beauty of its different ecosystems and natural environments, such as the beauty of its beaches, forests, jungles, deserts, mountains, wrapped in the peculiarity of its flora and fauna.
I love to write, but lately I don't stop to think too much; that which I also love to do, since, even if I reach poor conclusions, it makes me feel that I am not following the same path that I am mentally dictated to follow, that is, I am not a rebel who goes around breaking the rules, I know what I should do and I do it, but I allow myself to think that I am doing it out of cowardice, for survival, or simply because people I love depend on my actions.
The title is still curious, but it has its reason for being. It is the qualitative procedure, the one that allows to decipher what cannot be understood and for this we habitually resort to comparison and metaphor, especially effective tools in education.
In the religious concept it would be the parables and in the literary world the stories with a moral.
When I was little and my mother untangled my hair, she always told me "to show off you have to suffer", I hated that phrase, I have always had long hair, and with each tangle two tears fell, but there I was, holding on the suffering and with the image in my mind of my loose hair swaying in the wind and conquering any heart that crossed my path.
Today I can state with sad emptiness that democracy has died before the specter of authoritarianism on the one hand and populism on the other. There are unmistakable signs of it. Let's look at the situation in Canada, the Europe-Russia confrontation being the scene of a possible conflict with unimaginable consequences, the massive violence in Iraq, Sudan, France, etc...
Most of us do not believe until we feel afraid or want to ask for something that no one can solve because it is a matter of chance or destiny.
I have always said that we must believe in something, in what each one believes is their problem, because I am of the opinion that there is no true religion, despite the fact that everyone thinks that theirs is the only one that has the right to exist. and the rest of us are wrong.
Depending on the age, you love or hate February 14. When I was little I didn't care a bit, I even liked it when my father gave my mother something and bought me some roses too.
Going into adolescence everything changes, if for Valentine's Day you don't have a boyfriend, you envy those who make silly faces that day and strut about having received flowers, luckily we were only girls at my school, because now with the mixed schools is worse; A week before Valentine's Day, all the boys and girls are looking for a partner, if only so as not to be marginalized.
North Carolina, September 28, 2023.- Today, El Centro Hispano had the honor of hosting United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai for an important discussion with Latino leadership in the North Carolina Triangle area. . Ambassador Tai is a distinguished member of President Joe Biden's Cabinet and serves as a senior trade advisor, negotiator, and spokesperson for U.S. trade policy.