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Daniel Alemán D.

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Daniel Alemán D. nacido en la ciudad de Panamá en 1979, es Arquitecto y Bachiller en Letras y Humanidades.

Inició su carrera como autor con la novela de fantasía "La Leyenda del Negro Barrabás". Obra con la cual se destacó como escritor gracias al reconocimiento del público local.

Para más visita: http://danielalemand.com/
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La Leyenda del Negro Barrabás

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No es el destino sino el viaje

Hace unos días facebook me recordó el cumpleaños de un hermano biker que había fallecido ya hace varios años y  al recordarlo, recordé también toda las historias vividas dentro del mundo del motociclismo aficionado y por ende, reflexionar en la situación actual del motociclismo nacional. Este año cumplo 10 años de estar rodando dentro de […]


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"Aveces leo libros o veo películas y pienso "esta gente se divirtió filmando/escribiendo esto", este es uno de esos casos: lleno de escenas de acción y referencias a detalles de Panamá y su historia, es un cuento corto súper divertido de mitología mod" Read more of this review »
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The style of the art itself was refreshing. Kind of drawings over photographs that gives the extra dimension of reality this tale require. The ending totally unexpected. I would love to see more of this series.
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“Overspecialize, and you breed in weakness. - Makoto Kuzanagi, Ghost in the shell”
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E.E. Cummings
“For whatever we lose (like a you or a me),
It's always our self we find in the sea.”
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“Holding this soft, small living creature in my lap this way, though, and seeing how it slept with complete trust in me, I felt a warm rush in my chest. I put my hand on the cat's chest and felt his heart beating. The pulse was faint and fast, but his heart, like mine, was ticking off the time allotted to his small body with all the restless earnestness of my own.”
Haruki Murakami, The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle

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“Writing is learning to say nothing, more cleverly each day.”
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David Deida
“Austerity means to eliminate the comforts and cushions in your life that you have learned to snuggle into and lose wakefulness. Take away anything that dulls your edge. No newspapers or magazines. No TV. No candy, cookies, or sweets. No sex. No cuddling. No reading of anything at all while you eat or sit on the toilet. Reduce working time to a necessary minimum. No movies. No conversation that isn't about truth, love, or the divine.

If you take on these disciplines for a few weeks, as well as any other disciplines that may particularly cut through your unique habits of dullness, then your life will be stripped of routine distraction. All that will be left is the edge you have been avoiding by means of your daily routine. You will have to face the basic discomfort and dissatisfaction that is the hidden texture of your life. You will be alive with the challenge of living your truth, rather than hiding form it.

Unadorned suffering is the bedmate of masculine growth. Only by staying intimate with your personal suffering can you feel through it to its source. By putting all your attention into work, TV, sex, and reading, your suffering remains unpenetrated, and the source remains hidden. Your life becomes structured entirely by your favorite means of sidestepping the suffering you rarely allow yourself to feel. And when you do touch the surface of your suffering, perhaps in the form of boredom, you quickly pick up a magazine or the remote control.

Instead, feel your suffering, rest with it, embrace it, make love with it. Feel your suffering so deeply and thoroughly that you penetrate it, and realize its fearful foundation. Almost everything you do, you do because you are afraid to die. And yet dying is exactly what you are doing, from the moment you are born. Two hours of absorption in a good Super Bowl telecast may distract you temporarily, but the fact remains. You were born as a sacrifice. And you can either participate in the sacrifice, dissolving in the giving of your gift, or you can resist it, which is your suffering.

By eliminating the safety net of comforts in your life, you have the opportunity to free fall in this moment between birth and death, right through the hole of your fear, into the unthreatenable openness which is the source of your gifts. The superior man lives as this spontaneous sacrifice of love.”
David Deida, The Way of the Superior Man: A Spiritual Guide to Mastering the Challenges of Women, Work, and Sexual Desire

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Daniel D. Hola! te invito a visitar mi nuevo sitio y leer la sinopsis de mi primera novela próxima a ser publicada en Panama http://www.danielalemand.com/


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