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Lissete E. Lanuza Sáenz
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"Me duele París. También me duele Beirut, y Siria, y muchos otros lugares. Me duelen los muertos, la desesperación y el miedo. Me duele la ilusión de levantarse hoy y sentir que estamos más seguros que ayer. Me duele el odio y la falta de comprensión. Me duelen las mentiras y las medias verdades. Pero sobre todo, como diría Mafalda, me duele este mundo en que vivimos."
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“Por más rascacielos que tenga la ciudad, mientras la mujer sea juzgada y el hombre no, seguimos siendo una aldea.”, me dijo hace ya un tiempo una de esas amigas bellas que te manda la vida para enseñarte cosas. Me permito citarla porque no encuentro mejor manera de comenzar, y además, porque me dejó pensando.
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Regret is a funny thing. It’s almost impossible to live without it, because we are not perfect. There’s almost always going to be something we wish we’d done another way. And yet there’s nothing quite as painful as the idea that you disappointed your parents, especially when they’re not around to reassure you otherwise. So, yes, I was already crying a couple of minutes into the episode when Scully wakes up to see her father sitting in front of her. Because it means something different to me, now that my own father is not around.
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"Yo de niña aprendí que no había secretos, no había tabúes. Que los libros eran para leerlos, para disfrutar, para aprender. Que cuando leía algo y no le entendía podía preguntar y que era bueno saber de todo".
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Hace rato ya que la literatura no necesita moralejas, o al menos, no moralejas explicitas. Cuando abrimos un libro no buscamos enseñanzas (ni siquiera los niños las buscan). Al contrario, buscamos un amigo, buscamos una historia viajar a nuevos mundos. Si aprendemos algo o no, eso no es problema del escritor. Él cumple con darnos las herramientas, con esconder una idea detrás de las palabras. Lo demás está en nuestras manos.
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 This idea that a woman who says no really just means "try harder" is so very troubling to see portrayed as a sexy, romantic subplot. Any girl who has ever been harassed by a stranger, an ex, or even a trusted friend will tell you that the most terrifying thing in the world is a guy who hears the word "no" and thinks you actually mean "yes" and continues to pursue you. Similarly, someone who pines after you or makes you feel like an awful human being for not giving them a chance romantically is a total buzzkill. If the feelings aren't there or mutual, do you really want to have to convince someone to like you? To see your beloved finally throw their hands up in the air and shout "Ugh fine, you've worn me down. You win!" when you ask them to love you back? That doesn't exactly sound like a solid foundation for long-term relationship if you ask me.
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If you liked Breaking Bad ...
... then you might enjoy The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.
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