jueves, 1 de junio de 2017
El hombre que odiaba las exageraciones
The man who hated exaggerations
He was always willing to receive money, no matter how much it was, it did not seem to splurge, but when it came to giving, he obsessed with doing it in moderation, if shoes were very expensive, bought only one and sat watching it on the sofa at night . For love, he was not passionate, he wanted but without excesses, to take it seriously seemed to him to be of creatures without knowledge, at funerals, so that the relatives did not cry, he said to them: "Go, walk, comfort yourself thinking it could have been you." He considered himself a Christian man, compassionate to those who suffer but without getting to the extreme that he had to suffer and when he saw a left-wing politician on the TV, he shouted aloud: "Starving, idiot, thief, lamb". He liked to be nice, educated, urban but to obese people, he asked about their problems of mobility and space by the kilos of their body and to people who were in a wheelchair, if they did not get hooked with furniture and curtains. Humility was a priority for him, but he boasted so much of his own that it seemed vainglory. To have fun, he was austere, he did watching TV on people suffer. Feelings were for him trinkets, with no comparison to business or reputation.
©I.D.S. & L.R.G.L.