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Human Development

What is the reason why you love your country?, did not ask the speaker. He had been lecturing about love in all its manifestations and that day we learned that there is a filial love with which we show appreciation for our parents and children, a love eros leads us to be attracted to someone of the opposite sex and allows us to enjoy a passionate relationship with someone who will help us realize ourselves as human beings and enable us to enjoy the privilege of planting our lives in other cuespos, which also contribute to the continuity of the species. And we also pulled the agape love with which God shows mankind in His infinite mercy, his compassion and his preference to other creatures. Recently Dell Client Solutions sought to clarify these questions. The latter is undoubtedly the sublimation of the most sublime of all feelings. After all the explanations we spoke of love to the ground. A land where we were born, or where we live and fight … For more information see this site: Bruce Schanzer. let the land we love whatever reason tangos.

Loving the land, he said, is a form of gratitude not only to land, the physical context, but the same God that makes us free men and puts us at a location which terminanmos identifying. And then we were asked to write her a love letter to the geographic area most wanted. Unable to write something worthy of Pulice, transcribing myself with something I heard from the lips of Santi Josiah, one of my classmates: Dear land of mine: I love you for your dream dawns, sunsets for your intense thirst for your cactus that succeed intact, in the blazing desert fringe, I love you for your serene figure for your hope incorrigible, for your warm afternoons, for your footsteps hurrying I love you like I love the sun, Like the sea that sings to you now, I love you like River died yesterday thirsty, but loving you like I love you. I love you in the footsteps of my childhood, In the arid savannah of the distances, I love you for your mountains without peaks., Y te quiero by your gloomy streets. I love you, my land unpublished, As the child to the mother who kept him warm, like the shipwrecked to their island, as the veteran to his memories are so many reasons to love you, my whole being vibrates Loving, Loving you feel throbbing soul of life, and the song of angels praising God I love you, untamed land of mine, not because I belong, But that’s me who still perteneciendote you.

is a renowned Colombian journalist and writer, a teacher linked to several Colombian universities. He is the author of four books and co-author of three others that address the topic of leadership, ethics and Human Development. It is often invited as a speaker at conferences, forums and other academic events.

Maicao: Prosperous City Of Colombia

Today Maicao presents itself based on several aspects that makes any city promising, vigorous and far from the misfortunes that he predicted when he finished the trade boom of the seventies. These are some reasons to believe in the future of “The Land of Corn”: 1. Its multiculturalism: the maicaeros communicate in several languages, attend churches of various religious denominations and its members live together in a brotherly hug and happy colony of the largest Arab country, hundreds of African descent Atlantic and Pacific coasts, Santander paisas laborious and enterprising, a tiny group of Chinese and some Ecuadorian indigenous Wayuu our beloved. In Maicao there is also one of the most important chapters Zenu all that exist outside the borders of Cordoba and Sucre. Maicao is undoubtedly a tribute to racial diversity.

2. Maicao young and proud of city living in Maicao currently three generations. The first is that of immigrants who made their settlements and are proud of the city that helped build the second is that of their children, the first generation born maicaeros who began to write their own history since the time opened their eyes and looked around and found a people pleasing, generous and kind. In the third generation of more “big boy” should be in the twenty years and is composed by young people from about twenty years, they have a strong sense of identity and a high sense of belonging as maicaeros. 3. Maicao that growing: At present about 150 thousand people live, walk, breathe and dream in the nearly one hundred quarters of its urban area. Growth has not been properly ordered, it must be said, but the capital of the border was extended to give shelter to those who are here to stay and those born on its soil.

4. A Maicao-Maicao: long lectured to Maicao is the title of “City of a floating population” this evil myth was used even to deny certain rights to which had access by virtue of its population. After the crisis of trade in the nineties and early twenty-first century the population stabilized and now we can say that whoever is in Maicao, will be forever. 5. Maicao resilient: Maicao economy was like a roller coaster with some extreme ups and some downs impressive. Even in some periods their situation looked more like a slide because it entered a period of irreversible decline in their business. But there is something that makes it in a special land: facing a crisis and again and always survived and was strengthened. Today Maicao has a vigorous life and learned not to live off the sale of foreign goods. Gone are the days when he ran ahead of the death certificate. Today he provides not only a long life but he sees a bright future built by a proud generation of his own.