Monthly Archives: December 2016

Nature nourishes our senses

María Elena Muriel

Environmentalists and experts in the study of human behavior have diagnosed the effect on societies in big cities that are surrounded by buildings and have a deficit of contact with nature. Among other things, the inhabitants suffer from anxiety, migraine headaches and depression, three of the great evils of society today. The question arises that
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Missionary Art & History

Elizabeth Acosta Mendía

Misión de Nuestra Señora del Pilar de La Paz Airapí (1720-1749) La Paz Bay was discovered by Hernan Cortez in 1535 and named by Sebastian Vizcaino in 1596. The area was explored by Admiral Isidro de Atondo y Antillon in 1683 and Father Juan Maria de Salvatierra in 1716 in search of a mission site.
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Dance, as a lifestyle

Rosa Maria Salgado

Dancing is felt in the body, soul and mind. It is an accumulation of sensations that can only be experienced by sliding your feet and moving your body. It’s like following a compass; turn, turn, turn until you reach a sublime moment when, in a bright magical instant, you fly free. It is a feeling
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