Alejandro Rutto Martinez

Posted by marmara on March 29, 2019

What if there are differences between heads and subalternos(que palabras tan horribles, ambas: jefe y subalterno). Do if there are differences between leaders and followers? What if brothers and neighbors fight? This happens all day and every day everywhere. The conflict between those who by obligation must remain together and pushing everyone to the same side is constant and sometimes overflows in alguitas and occur then real ruptures. However, one fact is clear: there is an influence of what happens and another in the way in which people react to what happens to them. A friend had a strong discussion these days with the neighbor’s front and expressed me the anger and vengeance that raided it’s wishes.

He thought of everything: physically assaulted, in sue him or even in changing neighborhood. But he didn’t do anything of the above and these days told me what finally did: write a letter. A letter originally addressed to its neighbor but you may also be directed to all the neighbors, all chiefs fans partners, leaders, customers and suppliers in the world. A letter is where the initial anger has been apart and appears as his replacement a profound reflection. I have obtained permission to share it with readers who, of course saving the Protocol and the formalism of the headword.

Read it carefully and something else: my friend asked me to write you something as well as: banned not to play it. So, read it, enjoy it, copy it and share it with everyone. Transcribe it here: my neighbor seems so big the distance us distance, seems so vast the chasm that separates us seems so inaccessible to the barrier that separates us. Our differences are so many like nazis and Jews; as those of millionaires and indigent as rightists and leftists and all ISTS who are in the world. Our separation seems as large as inexplotable infinity, but if you think well we are not so far or so distant is the reunion. You may not even agree about what separates us, the extension of the deferred reconcilios the gap of delayed hugs or the coldness of the inconclusive dialogues or the vagueness of the inaccurate words. If you want to close the absurd distances and ending the war that us circles put end to his wrathful Word approach without desires and give me your hand shake mine and be my brother Alejandro Rutto Martinez is a renowned journalist and Colombian writer, linked as a teacher at several Colombian universities. He is author of four books and co-author of three others in which addresses the theme of leadership, ethics, and human development. He is frequently invited as a speaker at conferences, forums, and other academic events. Get in touch with him through corrreo or call cell 300 8055526. Visit his page original author and source of the article

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