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  • This is down from my balcony, this is Mexico City, the shape of the volcanoes on the background, makes me remember the story of this two lovers, Popocatéptl the warrior and Iztaccíhuatl his love, to be gave as wife when he returned from war.

    There's always a relationship with war and violence in pre-hispanic and post-hispanic Mexican legends, that's why it's not surprising all that we are living in the country now a days, anyway, love and hope is a good stop, whenever is possible to slow down, sit, watch the dawn and gain strength for a new day.
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