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Searching for a Pearl

A story from the desk of Laura G. Bueno

“In the dark depths of the Sea of Cortez, a fine particle of sand pierces the shell of an oyster, causing a wound. The mollusk suffers and tolerates the pain caused by the intrusion. However, it refuses living like this. Seeing that its peace of mind is threatened, the oyster turns to an inner defense
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Well-being at Home

A story from the desk of Laura G. Bueno

“History tells us that Isaac Newton, during his isolation from the plague in 1665, used the time to discover the theory of gravity. Years before, when the quarantine forced the English to change their habits and work from home (1592-1594), instead of giving up, the creator of Hamlet, and Romeo and Juliet took the opportunity
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Nature, in the full extent of the word

From the Desk of Laura G. Bueno

Humans, throughout their historical evolution, have traveled the world in search of friendly lands, climates and environments. Sometimes we get to discover the origin of the populations. Some of them are remote and in climates difficult for development, but there they are, and their cultures exist despite the aggressive natural elements. It would seem that
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