“If your thoughts have not yet matured, it is easy for you to become a prey of fears and terror in the face of the unknown, watch your followers since their confusion can undermine your purposes”The Messenger
By Ariadne Gallardo Figueroa
Many of them are They had become men who lived between the land and the sea at that time, but the one who held the message to be shared undoubtedly took a step forward in everything that needed to be known.
For Erandi it was necessary to be clear about what he believed in since from there creating what was necessary as part of his passion. His system of justice to choose the future promoted was not easy and in a way, every detail was guarded with zeal and secrecy as far as possible.
Looking at both sides of a scene that lit up in his intuition, was fundamental and in the sun to the east, he noticed a landslide; Erandi knew that all the pain could be rewarded by counting on sincere and honest allies to preserve the fruit of her investigations, in this way the projection of the future would be able to keep her away from the pain and any collapse.
Deep within her lived to hope and love to find what needed to be preserved. At this point, it is worth talking about one of Erandi’s disciples, an adolescent of the noble class, who entered his ranks because he had certain political privileges.
Many of us know that there was a moment in the socio-political life of Tenochtitlan that reminds us of a painful passage:
Face to face, Motecuhzoma and Cortés, held a dialogue that Sahagún’s informants keep punctually. Motecuhzoma then exclaimed:
“No, not sleep, I do not up from sleep sleepy, do not see in dreams, I’m not dreaming … is that I’ve seen, is that I have put my eyes in your eyes”
Actually, it was not him who he had seen, was not able to understand it, his entry into the privileged group was due to his position in the nobility and it is here that we realize a reality that is repeated in many moments of history, not all are capable, not all calls have the mental tools to understand.
Taking into account the above, each of those who follow this story will be able to realize the time that the characters lived in different geographical spaces.
Take care of what you grant and enable what is necessary so that nothing your program falls apart.
Poster showing Hernán Cortés’ meeting with Moctezuma in Tenochtitlán (Photo: INAH)
The reference is from the book The Vision of the Vanquished by Miguel León Portilla.