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El espantoso modelo judicial latinoamericano


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  1. Manuel 26 September 2020 at 7:57 am Permalink

    “Ladran Sancho, señal que cabalgamos”.
    Es sin duda, la frase apócrifa más conocida de “El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de La Mancha – Escrita por Cervantes ”. En dicha obra, cabe resaltar que en ninguno de sus párrafos se encuentra la frase de referencia; de hecho, ni siquiera hay una frase parecida.

    La frase es de Goethe en su poema “Kläffer” (Ladrador, 1808), prueba de ello es que en español, la referencia más antigua conocida se encuentra en la edición de agosto de 1903 de la Revista «Nuestro Tiempo»; en el artículo «Los dos catolicismos», de Edmundo González Blanco, dice: «El perro, empleando la comparación de Goethe, quisiera acompañarnos desde el establo; pero el eco de sus ladridos nos prueba que cabalgamos»

    • Julian Perez 26 September 2020 at 9:01 am Permalink

      Inspector Gregory: Is there any other point to which you would wish to draw my attention?
      Sherlock Holmes: To the curious incident of the dog in the night-time.
      Gregory: The dog did nothing in the night-time.
      Holmes: That was the curious incident.

      “The adventure of Silver Blaze”, “The memoirs of Sherlock Holmes”, Arthur Conan Doyle

  2. Manuel 26 September 2020 at 9:02 am Permalink

    “Guns kill more U.S. children each year than does cancer. Every 30 minutes, a child under 19 years old is shot; and every three hours, one dies from firearms.”

    • Julian Perez 26 September 2020 at 9:13 am Permalink

      Está bien, pero no son las armas de fuego las que matan, sino las personas que las empuñan. Al 95% de los negros asesinados en USA los matan otros negros, no la policía. Pero no es porque esos negros tengan armas, sino por medidas como la incentivación de los hogares monoparentales y la destrucción de la familia.

      También habría que prohibir los vehículos de motor, que son la primera causa de esas muertes.

      https://www.thetrace.org/2019/08/children-teens-gun-deaths-data/

      Esto siempre me recuerda lo de botar el sofá en el que la esposa ha sido infiel.

      • Julian Perez 26 September 2020 at 9:17 am Permalink

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FPGWQ2z9BVE

      • Julian Perez 26 September 2020 at 9:56 am Permalink

        Curiosamente esa página no incluye la principal causa de muerte de niños, que supera astronómicamente todas las demás. 862000 abortos en 2017. Seguramente no considera ¨personas¨ a los no nacidos. Los nazis tampoco consideraban personas a los de ¨razas inferiores¨. Apreciaban más a los animales, a los que trataban con mucho cariño. Hitler incluso era vegetariano.

  3. Manuel 26 September 2020 at 9:04 am Permalink

    How do you begin to draw that line between the balls that are okay to drop and the balls that definitely should not be dropped?
    The first part is creating some kind of filter for yourself. And the first part of the filter is getting clear about what matters most to you. And when I say that, I mean in your life overall.
    One of the questions I often get is what if I have no idea what matters most to me? I love Stephen Covey’s funeral visualization exercise, where he asks us to think about what we would want people to say about us at the end of our life.
    “Dropping the ball means that I’ve let go of my own unrealistic expectations about how I need to keep them all in the air to begin with.”
    You’re then going to have to figure out in order to determine what balls you’re going to drop, what your highest and best use is. Your highest and best use is usually a combination of what you do really well, usually with not a lot of effort, and the things that only you can do,
    One of the things that I do very well with very little effort is helping other people to achieve clarity through guidance and encouragement. One of the things that I think only I can do is instill values in my kids. My highest and best use in raising conscious global citizens is having a meaningful conversation with my kids each and every day. I’m confident that I’m applying my highest and best use to achieve what matters most to me. That means that I can drop the ball on knowing exactly what the schedule is for my daughter’s middle school.
    I want to ask you about your startup, The Cru. Can you tell us a little bit what the vision is? I think it is on point for the COVID era.
    Part of my drop-the-ball journey was learning how to get the help that I needed, learning how to ask for help. I needed to be more intentional about curating a group of people who would hold me accountable and help me to advance my personal and professional success. I call those people my crew. I’ve been working with my personal crew for years now, and it’s a group of nine other really incredible women. We share our ambitions. We help one another create plans in order to execute on those ambitions.
    In January, 2018 I was at this beautiful female-focused collaborative space, meeting with this woman. I was telling her about how she needed to find her crew. I don’t know if you’ve ever had a time in your life where you were talking to someone and you could tell that they were not feeling what you were saying, but I was having one of those moments. And thankfully this woman was honest with me. She basically said, “I don’t think you appreciate the amount of work that goes into finding that group. I came to you because you wrote this book called Drop the Ball. I thought you were going to make it easier, not give me more to do.”
    I realized, “Oh my goodness, if your life’s work is advancing women and girls, you should probably stop preaching about how you need to find your crew and you should just find the damn crew.” So that’s what The Cru literally does. You just give us 20 minutes of your time to fill out an application, and we match you with nine other individuals. The 10 of you become a crew and you collaborate to meet your goals together.
    Here’s a question from a viewer who asks, “What is the most important thing that you want women and girls to know during their journey of self discovery and growth?”
    The first thing that I want everyone to know is that if you want something that you’ve never had before, you’re going to have to do something that you’ve never done before in order to get it. It’s like my mother-in-law, who is from Ghana, always says, “If things are getting easier, it’s probably because you’re headed downhill.” So I want us to embrace the conflict, embrace the challenge, which is the process that we’re all going through right now, because it’s on the other side of that, that we get to the breakthrough.
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    Another viewer asks, “If we know that soaking up life’s simple pleasures and cultivating meaningful relationships is a core value and we also want to build a thriving business, how do you honor dancing between those things?”
    My answer to that question has been to make them one and the same thing. My life’s work is advancing women and girls. That’s pretty much why I’m on the planet. So all of the pitching venture capitalists, planning meetings, hiring people, is all in the interest of helping the women that I want to serve. I also have found a way to monetize that. Not everyone is at a place in their career or their life where they can do that. But I think that moving toward that place is a really beautiful thing. ■

  4. Manuel 26 September 2020 at 9:09 am Permalink

    “If you’re going to speak truth to power, make sure it’s the truth.”
    —MARGARET ATWOOD


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