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Nicolás Boullosa

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Writer, founder of *faircompanies.

I like reading, writing, photography.

I enjoy my family, books, the Internet, photography, running, arts, philosophy, classics, exploring interesting places (urban, natural, spiritual).

I have focused on the Internet as a tool for human improvement. I write both fiction & non fiction long stories. I wrote a trilogy (Trilogía del Largo Ahora), inspired by T.S. Eliot's "Four Quartets" opening on "time":

1) "Triskelion: historia verdadera de la conquista de la felicidad" (past);
2) "La rebelión del charna" (present);
3) "El valle de las adelfas fosforescentes" (future).

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Triskelion: Historia verdad...

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Leo Tolstoy
“You say: I am not free. But I have raised and lowered my arm. Everyone understands that this illogical answer is an irrefutable proof of freedom.”
Leo Tolstoy, War and Peace

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“There will be today, there will be tomorrow, there will be always, and there was yesterday, and there was the day before...”
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John le Carré
“That one won’t crack, though, Mendel decided with approval; one of your flabby oak trees, Smiley was. Think you could blow him over with one puff, but when it comes to the storm he’s the only one left standing at the end of it.”
John le Carré, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy

Robert M. Pirsig
“What’s new?” is an interesting and broadening eternal question, but one which, if pursued exclusively, results only in an endless parade of trivia and fashion, the silt of tomorrow. I would like, instead, to be concerned with the question “What is best?,” a question which cuts deeply rather than broadly, a question whose answers tend to move the silt downstream.”
Robert M. Pirsig, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

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“I suppose you could call that a personality. Each machine has its own, unique personality which probably could be defined as the intuitive sum total of everything you know and feel about it. This personality constantly changes, usually for the worse, but sometimes surprisingly for the better, and it is this personality that is the real object of motorcycle maintenance.”
Robert M. Pirsig, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance




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