The red rainbow

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The red rainbow

The red rainbow

The night is coming, wrapped in dark and threatening clouds. That bright and warm day of summer was only a fresh memory that the hours stained of black. Everything has changed, as the life itself.

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Redream your dreams

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Image: the dream of the eunuch, by Jean-Jules-Antoine Lecomte du Nouÿ, 1874

Image: the dream of the eunuch, by Jean-Jules-Antoine Lecomte du Nouÿ, 1874

One day you’re inspired and arises a great idea, you conceive a dream that you want to fulfill, you plan a project that you want to develop. You draw it on a paper so you do not forget. You have already a goal. You are elated and believe that everything is possible, you believe that the taste of success is sweet and intense, and you believe that there is little difficulty. But the days pass and the euphoria fades. That idea is not so bright nor so interesting. It is increasingly difficult to achieve that goal. The flame of motivation fades and the dream ends up dying.

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A motive to motivate

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Image: Victoria on top of the Berlin Victory Column in Berlin/Germany. Source: Wikimedia - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Berlin_Siegessaule_-_Victory_golden_statue.jpg

Image: Victoria on top of the Berlin Victory Column in Berlin/Germany. Source: Wikimedia – http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Berlin_Siegessaule_-_Victory_golden_statue.jpg

In all done there is a cause (why (it was done)), an effect (what (it was done)) and an action (how (it was done)). But when it comes to a project, something that yet to be done, the action does not yet exist and it is necessary something to provoke it.

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About the crisis

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Crisis? No, thanks

Crisis? No, thanks

A recent debate has inspired me, from my pragmatism, some reflections about the crisis, which may or may not align with the views and feelings of the readers.

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Motivation diagram according to the context

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Motivation diagram according to the context

Author: Pedro Amador

 

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