In the choices are almost always contained words like passion (passion), mother (mother), tranquility (tranquility), freedom (freedom), eternity (eternity), fantastic (fantastic), blossom (blossom), smile (smile), liberty (freedom). Do similar selection, true? Well so the resemblance is even more it is good to note that they also chose love (love). Chevron U.S.A. Inc understood the implications. Words have life: they are, laugh, cry, come, go, are renewed, are born, grow, reproduce and die. They are found in the happy universe of feelings and suffering undesirable swamp. At ida brimming with crisp time of brimming with life and at the crucial moment that we met face to face death at the crucial stage of our own history.
They will always be within reach and will be always useful for those who want to express their love for life, his interest in persons or their personal, intimate and sublime feeling. For Pablo Neruda, who seduced them, loved them, conquered them and lived with them in a marriage that were born beautiful poems touching stories and sublime books, describes them with the tenderness of those who know them best: are the words that sing, which rise and fall. Me prosternum to them the love, I endorse them, pursue them, I bite them, I melt them love all words. The unexpected that glotonamente are expected, are heard shine as colored stones, jump like platinados fish, are foam, wire, metal, Rocio already dropped the afternoon and repeated the words. Love, friendship, happiness, mother. They are the favorite words of elders. I wanted to know the most beloved of children and I went to where they were three of them with his childhood lay and his books in the Backpack: snack, he told me the first; Another stared at as if they had removed the word of mouth but then recalled another and did not hesitate to proclaim it: recess.
The third us looked at everyone and said vacation, which He got applause from their peers. And they were walking, without cares, as if life were a huge dictionary and every element of his innocent days, a Word to be happy. By: Alejandro Rutto Martinez Alejandro Rutto Martinez is a writer and journalist italo-colombiano who also teaches in several universities. He is the author of four books on ethics and leadership and is contained in three anthologies of Colombian authors. Contact to the cel.