Dear cules, I know that these days are not the best days for you, I mean losing your captain, and this bad news about Iniesta, I know it’s very hard for you and for all the football fandom because at the end we’re all humans, I just want you to know that we Madridistas are with you and all the fandom are with you, and I hope the next days will be better, stay strong.. sincerely a Madridista
Translation by https://www.facebook.com/dreamwishdo
"Hello! As you know, this Saturday, March 8 is one of the dates marked on the calendar. International Women’s Day is celebrated. I told you once that I’m not very dated, but it never hurts if you used to think about all that is left us yet to move forward on this issue. Or if it serves to remind us of all those special women in our lives.
In this case, the Women’s Day dates back to the labor movements that emerged in the late twentieth century in North America and Europe. The United Nations began in 1975 to celebrate International Women’s Year.
Does not it happens that you are already tired of hearing topics about women? I took the worst is that it says that women are our own worst enemies, we are particularly cruel among ourselves, although in some cases it’s true.
There is a story that I love and talking a bit about this.
FIREFLY AND THE SERPENT.
Legend has it that once, a snake started chasing a firefly, it quickly fled in fear of the fierce and predatory snake was not going to give up.
He ran away one day and she did not desist, two days and nothing … On the third day, and without strength Firefly stopped and said to the serpent:
- Can I ask you three questions?
- I do not usually give that privilege to anyone but as you’ll eat, you can ask.
- Do I belong to a food chain?
- No, replied the snake.
- Did I do any harm?
- No, he again responded
- Then why do you want to kill me?
- Because I can not stand to see you shine.
The moral of this story is: NEVER LET NOBODY TURN OFF YOUR LIGHT.”