Archive for October, 2009

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October 28, 2009

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The wind up bird chronicle

October 26, 2009


“It’s not a question of better or worse. The point is, not to resist the flow. You go up when you are supposed to go up and down when you are supposed to go down. When you are supposed to go up, find the highest tower and climb to the top. When you are supposed to go down, find the deepest well and go down to the bottom. When there’s no flow, stay still. If you resist the flow, everything dries up. If everything dries up, the world is darkness.”

“You must be worried – she said – there is nothing I can say at this point, but things should become clear before too long. Now all you can do is wait. It must be hard for you, but there is a right time for everything. Like the ebb and the flow of the tides. No one can do anything to change them. When it`s time to wait, you must wait.”

“We practiced thinking and feeling about things together. Things that happened to either of us individually we now strove to deal with together as something that belonged to both of us. Sometimes it worked, sometimes it didn’t. But we enjoyed the fresh, new process of trial and error. And even violent collisions we could forget about in each other’s arms”

“Take all the time you need – I said – until you are ready. Time is the one thing we have plenty of. I’ll be right here with you. There is no rush. I just want you to keep one thing in mind: anything of yours, anything at all, as long as it belongs to you, I will accept as my own. That is one thing you will never have to worry about.”

“My uncle smiled – You know what I think? I think what you ought to do is start by thinking about the simplest things and go from there. For example, you could start from a street corner somewhere day after day and look at the people who come by. You are not in a hurry to decide anything. It may be though, but sometimes you’ve got to stop and take time. You ought to train yourself to look at things with your own eyes until something becomes clear. And don’t be afraid of putting some time into it. Spending plenty of time on something can be the most sophisticated form of revenge.

–          Revenge? What do you mean, revenge? Revenge against whom?

–          You’ll understand soon enough – said my uncle with a smile”

The wind up bird chronicle – Haruki Murakami


October 4, 2009

farmville1Este es el análisis psicológico de mi granja en la aplicación de Farmville, hecho por Noemí Guzik:

“Tienes bien balanceados los aspectos físicos, emocionales y sociales (tres segmentos en el centro), eres nutritiva, tienes mucha comida y agua proporcionalmente a la cantidad de seres que hay ahí (das de comer a tus animales y los dejas libres y que puedan pasear y comunicarse). Dejas espacio libre para respirar, caminar, moverte. Es hermoso c{omo tienes los árboles y animales revueltos en cuanto a especie. Se nota que amas la naturaleza humana y física. Me parece una granja muy hermosa.”