Brancaleone

To always hear to say, most of the time in solemn tone: We do not have to look at stops backwards, always in front, ahead! Avante! I exercise it of necessary Brancaleone of you! But ' ' calm l' ' , it is not well thus. This not valley for example when we are directing. For obvious reasons, of pra not to look at pra all front the time in the life. Before ' ' to catch the ox for chifre' ' to fight with equal it of pra equal, is necessary to look at for all the sides, and mainly it stops backwards, it can have a precipice well there, to a step, and the ox to defeat does not need you is alone to push you a bit to it. Which the problem to desire ' ' the time that not return mais' '? Which the problem of looking at stops backwards? I would say that: It is necessary, always! Because as well as we need to look at stops backwards when we direct an car, also we make the same to direct and to guide the life in the gift. If it was not thus because then the souvenirs, the experiences and the memories of what we like or of who we like remain alive? It will be what, if was not important to look at stops backwards, would have the capacity to feel something last it as was part of the gift? It can be what it is looked and if will not be at least understands the causes, the reply there of now is there that we harvest the comfort for everything what does not have solution. Then they give license to me, because I want yes what he was stops backwards, I repent myself yes of what I did not make, I do not want to only look at for front, I do not know what this for coming, I only know what already he was written in my history, and is pra there that I always come back! By the way for speaking in directing, yesterday in the transit, stopped at least one hour without leaving the place, vi for the retrovisor For-do-Sun as never before, of an incredible, orange color worthy of being registered for Matisse and explained for Kandinsky I stopped of looking at for front because ' ' presente' ' of the day it was there, for who obtained to look at pra backwards.