The Lady of the Wasps

Nature can be a great teacher, it not only teaches us, it also helps us reason

by Araidne Gallardo Figueroa

That woman had been thinking in the cafeteria about a problem that had her absorbed, she withdrew somewhat uncomfortable when she saw that for the umpteenth time a subject was looking at her from another table as if it were the best landscape to rest his eyes.

She never realized that this was actually until the day she woke up at dawn and observed that her analysis of percentages and exponential growth had become a reality.

There is a world that tries by all means to preserve itself and will look for the place where life can wait… But it was not the case, some places are not for everyone, much less the kitchen; for every wasp, she was also a beautiful landscape.

Unfortunately, her first reaction was to exterminate the insects with which it would have been really difficult to dialogue and exchange points of view. As an advocate of life on the planet felt a feeling of great sorrow and the meditating end with crude pragmatism:

“Every living deserves life, their own space and freedom to come and go within the terms of respect for the other”

She had to meditate seriously if it was worth the argument to add:

Every living being with reasoning and cultural attachment …

The rain had been increasing during the night, the habitat of the wasps collapsed and they sought refuge, therefore the only thing she could say was with total seriousness and without being moved:

“The strengthening of the structure cannot be guaranteed, if development bases our reason for existing without meditating why”

Photo by Katerin Toro on Pexels.com

Autor: Ariadne Gallardo Figueroa

Escribir es una de las actividades creativas más fascinantes que existe, indagar lo caminos de diferentes versiones, encontrar motivos para acrecentar el cauce de un relato y motivar a la lectura, es una gran motivación para todo el que escribe

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