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Importance Of Sleep

Khalil Gibran: In the heart of every winter, spring live a vibrant and behind every night is a smiling dawn Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: The night is half of life and the better half In the sun where you live and why we do not visit at night? yen that place gets the day when it comes to an end at six in the evening? And where the rainbow begins and ends? And those stars live in a dark cave and sleep all day to decorate the sky at night? And who takes the trouble to plant trees everywhere in trupillo if anyone anywhere was seen depositing a seed in the rows of dusty, dry sand? And who came with God in heaven and as it does to keep it off the hearth of his house when the wind blows stronger coming from the place where the boats became figures of men whose face has only one eye? And most disturbing and recurring question of all: and what time you sleep at night? The questions were made during recess at school where we began our high school and had fantastic responses, beautiful, creative, let us not convinced but very happy for as long as we share and at that age where time is a clock control of our lives but a timbre noisy but friendly by which we announced that classes end and we could go home by a bushy path lined with weeds and thorns Dying to which divi-divi trees had thrown their arms to restart its cycle and again lined green. Quintero Alfonso Perez, one of our regular coterie of that time has been given the task of finding answers and the question has begun favorite who were children at the time those in which the chalk was the main element of education and the board was on a stage is quite similar to the scaffold where the days were executed rather frequent in that studied the lesson. Alfonso's efforts begin to produce the first results and they are entered in a book entitled, precisely, a The night sleeps Dia, a beautiful collection of twenty stories in which she captures her immense joy of living, his unwavering desire to return to the happy days of childhood and its intention firm to give freedom to the charm, imagination and metaphor as a way to build the foundations of a society united by the sound of drums collected in a further meeting at the bottom of the forest where an old sand truck pulled into the center of the city where they were built at least two dozen buildings. If we are to believe the author, as indeed I believe him, a the night is up early – when it gets dark, and begins to open a casket of silver stored in their pockets: Like everything in nature, the night has its encantoa The night he sleeps by day, but the book can be read at any time. Anyone who takes into his hands begin a journey where there will always be a Oeun silver casket has thousand and ten thousand stars wonders .

Rutto Alejandro Martinez is a renowned Colombian journalist and scholar whose articles are published on websites, newspapers and magazines in several countries. He was recently awarded the journalism prize CERREJa THE "N on the Internet modaidad. It is often invited to seminars and conferences in various cities. Contact him through mail and visit your page.

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