My Words

  1. MI MADRE, MI HÉROE

  2. MI MADRE, MI HÉROE Para la mayoría de niños su madre es lo único constante en sus vidas. El momento en que murió mi madre me hizo reflexionar sobre esta realidad. Hasta la edad de diez años yo vivía con mi madre en México mientras mi padre vivía en los EE.UU. Una vez que llegué a […]

  3. NUESTROS PADRES NUNCA DEJAN DE EXISTIR

  4. Cuando perdí a mi padre estaba terriblemente conmovido. Sentí que una parte de mí murio. Me sentía muy vulnerable y muy mortal. Mi sensación de seguridad desapareció porque el escudo entre mí y todos mis temores se fue. Realize que tenía que defenderme por mí mismo. Se sentía como si tenía cinco años otra vez […]

  5. MY MOTHER, MY HERO: MI MADRE, MI HÉROE

  6. A mother is the one constant in the life of most children. The moment my mother died compelled me to reflect on this reality. Until the age of 10, I lived with my mother in Mexico while my father lived in the USA. Once I reached adulthood, the circumstances of life determined that she would live […]

  7. LESSONS THAT OUTLIVE A PROFESSOR: Political theory shaped mind, life

  8. My favorite professor died several years ago. His name was Ross Lence. He taught political theory at the University of Houston. I did not know him on a personal level, and the likelihood is that because of my less-than-stellar performances in his classes, he did not know who I was. But that doesn’t matter. What […]

  9. FATHERS NEVER CEASE TO EXIST: Our fathers are present in our name, in our minds and our hearts

  10. When I lost my father, I was terribly shaken. I felt that a part of me had perished. I felt very vulnerable and very mortal. My sense of security vanished because the shield between me and all my fears was gone. I realized that I had to fend for myself. It felt like I was […]