He breathed deeply, remained silent for a few seconds with his eyes closed, and when the room was beginning to get impatient, he opened his eyes and with a strange smile on his lips, took one of the papers and, bringing it to his mouth, quickly swallowed it. Surprised and indignant, those present angrily reproached him. The pacifist But what did he do? How are we going to know now what the verdict has been? —It’s very simple, the man responded. It’s a matter of reading the remaining paper and we’ll know what the one I swallowed said.
The pacifist With grumbling and poorly
Concealed anger, they had to release the accused and never bother him again. Sharing is caring! the dreams of reason says July 6, 2007 at 9:40 p.m. 1.- Eat the brown because the alternative could be worse (pessimistic version). 2.- A desperate situation can become an advantage (optimistic version). 3.- A well-detected Crypto Email List ambush is a strategic opportunity (realistic sun Tzu version). Reply Oriento says July 7, 2007 at 01:52 Dreamy, great summary in three words: brown, ambush and crisis. I would add some creativity and ingenuity to the protagonist.
Reply Anonymous says July 11, 2007 at 03:21 So in crucial moments you yourself have the key to change them if you are ingenious and put your imagination to full speed?
I don't quite see it so clearly
Stories or comics in my case cause an intense but fleeting effect, I don’t know about the rest, so as much as changing my life a story doesn’t give me, but to rethink a little bit it does. Reply Yoriento says July 11, 2007 at 07:43 Well yes, anonymous… Metaphors and the like encourage more IS Lists than anything else, that is, they change the mood occasionally, and they also serve to “rethink”, as you say, to make you see better the factors involved in a situation or problem.