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La oportunidad de levantarnos

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Levantarnos sobre nuestros escombros.  Y no hablo de solamente los edificios o calles, hablo de nuestro interior como mexicanos. Dejar el “chinga bien sin ver a quién”, olvidar los “pues ni modo, aquí nos tocó vivir”, o nuestra actitud de víctima ante todo. Por favor dejemos nuestros complejos y levantemos. Hay un México que encuentra la forma de ser un primer mundo a la mexicana.
 
Los países de primer mundo generalmente tienen algo en común: les ha ido de la chingada. Tanto que sus habitantes cobraron nueva conciencia y responsabilidad de su rol como ciudadanos, como sociedad.
 
¡Vamos, carajo!, será difícil, caeremos en viejas costumbres, viejos vicios, pero si ya vimos cómo somos realmente, pues vamos a ejercitarlo un poco más cada día.
 
Claro que hubo quien sacó la peor calaña, lo gandallita, pero hasta las flores de nuestro futuro necesitan el estiércol que son esa bajeza de individuos.
 
No es sentimentalismo, es una invitación a rendir tributo a nuestros difuntos, curar a nuestros heridos, encontrar nuestros desaparecidos, levantar nuestros escombros y seguir adelante.
 
Tenemos oportunidad de ser los mexicanos que queremos y no los que ya estamos acostumbrados. Aprovechemos.

*Foto original cortesía de mi buen amigo Erick Galván:  
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A veces soy cursi, a veces no. Digo groserías porque me nacen. Ya pasaron mis mejores años pero aún tengo mucho por compartir y aprender.

11 Comentarios

  1. Great post! I think design also plays into encouraging people to post comments. I’ve seen on some other blogs where they change the default “leave a reply” on a new post to “Be the first to post a comment!” depending on your audience that is very inviting.
    Nothing like a little controversy, a edge, to generate a conversation? (this is a question, don’t you think?)
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  2. No James, that’s the way you wrote it (or at least the way I got it). Don’t blame me, I would never ask a yes or no question.
    …okay, but seriously – this is something I need to work on. On a number of the blogs that I get paid to write for, I have no idea how many people are reading (since I post, but don’t manage or market the blog) and I’m frustrated when there aren’t comments.
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  3. On my own blog, which I just recently started up, I know I don’t have much of a readership so it will take a while to develop comments and community, but I still want to do things right…So I’ll definitely keep this article in mind…particularly your comment #5, which I think deserves to be a follow-up article in itself.
    …I have found that the “be first to leave a comment” has worked sometimes, but possibly intimidated in other circumstances. Yeah, a lot of people would love to be the first to post on popular blogs, but on startups? Not always.
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  4. When I ask a question at the end of a post, I always get responses. I do it judiciously, though, as I like to ‘mix it up’ and not always ask for a response.
    Hi James – great advice. I’m trying to ask open ended questions at the end of my posts, but it doesn’t always work, and often people will comment, but not answer the questions.
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  5. What am I doing wrong? Am I putting the comments in the wrong place? Should they be closer to the beginning of the post, or in the middle, or where? Thanks. Catherine
    Getting comments is the bane of my existence! I try to end the post with a question about how my readers are using [insert topic] and no one responds. I have tried to hold contests where I will give them FREE PUBLICITY for a comment and nada.
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