Camino del altar (Mira) (Spanish Edition)
For the opportunity that you have right now. Por la oportunidad que tienes ahora mismo. You better step into this moment. Es mejor entrar en este momento. Put your hand on your head and say: Give me a new mind. Pon tus mano sobre tu cabeza y dime: Dame una mente nueva. Give me new mind means give me a new perspective. Darme nueva mente significa darme una nueva perspectiva.
Give me a new perspective. Dame una nueva perspectiva. Give me a new way of looking at my situation. Give me a new way of looking at my circumstances. Dame una nueva forma de ver mis circunstancias. Get my mind ready for this year. Because when I get this year there's gonna be blessings. There's gonna be miracles, there's gonna to be opportunities. Va a haber milagros, va a haber oportunidades. Oh, yes, it's gonna be some struggles.
It's gonna be some challenges. It's gonna be some tests. Va a ser algunas pruebas. But even the struggles are an opportunity for me to show off. Pero incluso las luchas son una oportunidad para mostrarme. The victory if my mind can handle the change. La victoria de mi mente puede manejar el cambio.
Do you have the mindset to be blessed? You have to decide to be blessed. Tienes que decidir ser bendecido. You have to decide: You know what, this is a day. That the Lord have made, I will rejoice. And be glad that I will rejoice. Let the past go and step on into the future and step on into the future, and step on into the future. Deja que el pasado se vaya y camine hacia el futuro y camina hacia el futuro, y camina hacia el futuro.
Everything that's inflexible and everything that's not ready.
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On Amistad between Reina and Estrella stands the Aldama mansion, perhaps the most neoclassical of the 19th century buildings and the venue for the activities of the Havana aristocracy, especially the gatherings of Domingo del Monte, where the Cuban was expounded based on Siboneyes and romances about slaves. One night in January , Del Monte was assaulted by Spanish volunteers. A study says that in Havana today…. The Prado was taking off. But not only the Prado. In , one of the jewels of art nouveau in Cuba entered the panorama, following that modernity trend that was wanted when the Republic started: the Casa Crusellas, on the corner of Reina and Lealtad.
A rich Catalonian producer of perfume and soaps, established on the island with his brother in the late s, put his mark on a mansion of superb elegance, with its meandering lines and the sense of dynamism and movement that characterizes art nouveau and the baroque spirit. And El Cetro de Oro and Cueto mansion followed suit. Six years later, in , the Jesuits would reach heaven. They then included in the visual panorama, pointed arches, ogive vaults and other elements of that style to give Reina the peculiarity of the unrepeatable.
In the late s and early s there was a change of direction. On Reina the art deco did not seek to reach the clouds, but it was concretized mainly in some stores and a movie theater, both correspondingly marked by the straight line and the sense of the vertical. It was undoubtedly one of the benchmarks for purchases. With hardware and footwear stores, coffee shops and commercial establishments that gave the street an entirely new life. And even with a Casa de los Trucos, for jokes and laughs.
Movie theaters were favored by art deco. In one was built that came to join the one called Cuba, there on Reina between Lealtad and Campanario. It was named like the street: Reina. Today the vast majority of Havana cinemas are dust in the wind. Art deco laid the foundations for the modern movement. Its businessmen are astute and capable, its doctors and surgeons are among the best in the world, its architects are bold and imaginative.
That was exactly modernism: boldness and imagination displayed over a city in full expansion and development. The work, in fact, of professionals whose names did honor to Cuban architecture. A monumental work unparalleled in Latin America at the time, inaugurated by Conrad Hilton himself.
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One of the classic structures of modern architecture in Cuba and a Gold Medal winner of the National College of Architects In the company had opened in Havana its first store outside the United States. They withdrew during World War II, only to retake the idea in the s.
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