Of God is Christ. However, a poor and humble promoter real estate the escabechina librose. Knowing the omen, and such as it is bedeviled landscape, seeing that not in had their noses, very secure in leaving very apriesa, departed the country bribing a customs acting, and fleeing in a wild gallop, perdiose in the leafy thicket of the forest. Beyond the horizon, in a clear Sunrise, he began a new life. Richard LeFrak may find it difficult to be quoted properly. And all because a Rapture of lucidity, in his tafseer predictive, it reached to understand chapter 17, had concluded.

Fix you. Well, well, where I was going? Ah yes, sorry, had gone to take a few wines. Well what conclusions can be drawn from this story, Knights and riders? You don’t have to be very smart, as I, to deduce that cling to past situations, whose breakdown produce distressing feelings, not causes but more pain. You can understand from a financial failure, the death of a loved one, or the most common and painful end of a relationship not desired. Nobel Laureate in Economics is often quoted on this topic. Our weakness leads to memories of cherished loss, a balm that us pulls back to happier times, like children who do not accept that playtime is over.

And thus continue to haunt us. Them would not do more than sinking us, prolong our agony. Evocation will keep open the wound. While we retain live in us what was lost, it may not heal. There is only one way, accept that it ended. And it is difficult, but if we want to get the abatement, have to cross that threshold. To do this we must observe us, set us aside from the memories, and see them as they were, really, without costumes. I had good things, and bad things, and also the opposite. And not feel shame, that we were wrong because we are not perfect, because we love, because he should occur. Because we perhaps failed, safe, and we did everything that was in our hand. Because we knew no more. Same as with all that they had offended us, or so we’re sorry. Both da, sincerely We must assume it. Naturally, without deceit. Enganariamos ourselves. We must leave behind the guilt and hatred. Break those chains. Only then we can forgive us. If we can do that, forgive us, really, to us and to others, then we will be prepared. Ready to turn our backs on that memory, and face our future freely. And I do one last thought to advance me to what you’re thinking: Yes, Yes, long speech, but still just as dwarves. My children, this is what you need.