#México

Y es que siempre han sido las palabras mi túnel de escape, la fuerza de mis entrañas para dar el último suspiro y a veces, actuar.

Tenemos días, tenemos historias, tenemos terrores compartidos; todo a causa de un mismo inicio, a causa de un mismo momento y era eso lo que nos faltaba para unirnos.

Enemigos de mis enemigos serán mis amigos. Les decimos gobierno, les decimos corrupción, les decimos sismos del 19-S.

Hoy, te he visto herido, te he visto tranquilo, no por voluntad, sino por necesidad; necesitábamos estremecernos juntos para actuar al mismo son. Orgullosos todos, de nosotros mismos.

No olvidemos el orgullo y el actuar, podemos vernos desde el espacio como una colonia de esas hormigas trabajadoras, como un pueblo organizado, como jóvenes capaces de entendernos y explicarnos, reconfortarnos y respetarnos.

Te quiero. Me enorgullezco. Se me eriza la piel.

Words have always been a way for me to escape from anywhere, the tunnel to travel to another place, the strength from my bowels to breath for the last time, and act.

We have been fighting through days, we have created a story together, we have shared fears, we have everything because of the same beginning, because of the same moment and we needed it to be one, together.

Enemies of my enemies, you will be my friends. We call them government, corruption, we say earthquake of 19-S

Today I have seen you calmed down, not because you chose it, but because we needed it; we needed to shake together to act at the same pace. We are proud of all, of ourselves.

We don’t have to forget the pride and the acting; from outer-space we look like a colony of working ants doing everything for our benefit, like an organized town, like young people who are capable to understand each other and explain ourselves, help each other, and respect.

I love you. I am proud. My skin is bristling.

#FuerzaMéxico

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