Armazon de una pardoja
It seemed the basics and even the obvious to do, however, he remembered the examples of life with which he had grown and looked at them as mirrors to feel the need to be grateful for the little things he had achieved in his short years of maturity. For him he always imported more small details than big facts or many words. What really filled his spirit of satisfaction at that time was that thanks to the tortuous three-year road full of surprising evidence that was rather survival challenges, his inner animal full of ego and pride was being annihilated by the most blunt of all the weapons against pride and personal overvaluation: humility learned from the heart.
Author: William Andres Ortiz Gonzalez