“A song where the greatest of hopes smiles is in the place where you hear that voice that you recognize and that vibrates with serene patience”The Messenger
By Ariadne Gallardo Figueroa
Those days where the moon appears in the East and smiles without being seen during the morning In the northern hemisphere, the enlightened received her without seeing her and feeling her close, from Central and South America, on the barge in the open sea of the Atlantic that is increasingly moving away from the European coasts, everyone perceives her and Erandi knows it, she is custody of the Moon, we cannot forget about that.
That feeling of liberation that all of them perceive has allowed them to reason their journey, their progress and with all that to be filled with pleasant and powerful energy. Somehow their curiosity strengthens them and they discover that nothing is hidden forever, they have achieved that patience allows them to see new ideas clearly and face them.
Each enlightened motivation frees them and unifies their goals, expands their horizons, and puts them to the test. They are encouraged to observe what they had not noticed before.
Hora travels agile during the early mornings and until noon with great ease; is motivated by the moon that he does not see but feels strongly in his body, let us not forget that he is the only one among all who relates to the woman whom he perceives as an angel thanks to the stone that was given to her in the world of the Mayan sages and that allowed him to create a link with their energy.
Painani coldly meditates on the best course to get closer to her goal, she finally decides impulsively because there is no other course than the one in front of her; remember everything you have learned and move forward with energy.
Meanwhile, on the barge, the eight friends meditate under the brightness of the Sun, Evaristo points out:
-The beauty that we see in nature is something that the world’s inhabitants will always see, that will help its vividness to be eternal. at least we must remember it and make it as important as the life of every living being.
Patricio looks at him with a certain sarcasm and decides to contradict him:
-Brother, what I know is that the human is a damn predator and if he sees something free and within reach, he will take it as he pleases, just think about when they sacrifice people or animals for the offerings, whether or not you need to kill them if the festival asks for it there they go and do it. Dayami was a young girl, she now serves the light but her life would have been another, thanks to Erandi she is now a special being but how many others did not achieve that happy benefit.
Javier, who at that time covered his head with a damp cloth, addressed the group:
-Let’s go to that land and we will know about those celebrations and we will know how little Erandi has achieved to avoid it, we have travelled through places of the world where it has not been easy to stop giving injustices; not even those who trust the gods prevent them.
Zila, while salting the rest of the fish to put them in the sun, warned:
-I have known that there are places where they kill whales, some with young, how much longer will a piece of meat from the sea last in salt? I have no idea but if I had to eat whales every day I would be miserable.
Santiago looking at the wide horizon without turning to see them exclaimed:
I would like the most in life is to be remembered, when I die, as someone who left good advice to those who will come and I believe that’s what means to be alive. Santiago
-Today we are in this place and tomorrow we will be in unknown lands and what I would like the most in life is to be remembered, when I die, as someone who left good advice to those who will come and I believe that’s what means to be alive.
They all looked at each other and observed the same horizon as Santiago, they recognized that this was their moment and their opportunity as well.
Nothing you do can change the story that is presented to you, but if you have the opportunity to make a difference, do it, do not hesitate, just act.
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