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''º°☆¤El poder del esfuezo¤☆°º



Vale más actuar exponiéndose a arrepentirse de ello, que arrepentirse de no haber hecho nada. (Giovanni Boccaccio, 1.313-1.375. Escritor y humanista italiano. Es uno de los padres de la literatura italiana, junto con Dante y Petrarca. Compuso varias obras en latín y es recordado sobretodo como autor del Decamerón).

Reflexión:

Cuando emprendemos una acción, nos obligamos a nosotros mismos a definirnos mediante una postura determinada. En caso de que nuestro modo de actuar sea erróneo y cometamos un grave error, sus consecuencias nunca serán del todo negativas, porque de todos es sabido que mucho se aprende de los grandes errores y aunque aparentemente pueda parecer un fracaso, la experiencia demuestra que la lección recibida será de gran utilidad en el futuro. De manera que, si acertamos con nuestra actitud, el éxito será completo y si nos equivocamos con ella, siempre habrá un beneficio. Tal como cita un refrán popular 'No hay mal que por bien no venga'. Sin embargo, la persona que por miedo a equivocarse se mantiene pasiva, se lamentará un día de no haber actuado, porque se dará cuenta de que su cobardía le ha llevado a un fracaso mayor que el que hubiera conseguido pasando a la acción de forma equivocada. Quizás entonces comprenda que, quien algo quiere algo le cuesta, porque en esta vida nada es gratuito y a la vez, nada se valora tanto como aquello que requiere un gran esfuerzo para conseguirlo.

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Worth exposing act to repent, that repenting for not having done anything. (Giovanni Boccaccio, 1.313-1.375. Italian writer and humanist. He is one of the fathers of Italian literature, along with Dante and Petrarch. Composed several works in Latin and is remembered mainly as the author of the Decameron).

Reflection:

When we take action, forces us to define ourselves by a particular position. Should we be wrong to act and commit a grave error, its consequences will never be entirely negative, because everyone knows that you learn a lot of big mistakes and though it may seem a failure, experience shows that lessons learned will be useful in the future. So that, if successful with our attitude, success will be complete if we were wrong with it, there will always be a benefit. Appointment as a popular saying 'No ill that blows nobody any good'. However, the person for fear of making mistakes remains passive, "laments one days it had not, because you will realize that his cowardice has led to failure greater than might have obtained the action going in the wrong way . Perhaps then he understands that, who wants something a little it costs, because nothing in life is free and the time is valued as much as anything that requires a great effort to achieve this.


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