Polite Trust | Vicki Bernadet | TEDxMadrid
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<p><strong>“She writes as if Everything were still possible in the work of a lifetime at the coincidence of all the turvy moments. Better that she’s read without a thought to stop. Best so this world is found changed.” —Clark Coolidge</strong></p>
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Un espejo en el cielo hq – Iciar Bollain, Veronica Echegui
He was alone, and decided that the time had come to recompose his life before a glass of whiskey, a plate of salted and toasted almonds and the darkness that enveloped him. There was no light, and the candle danced, transforming objects into ghostly shadows cast on the walls. Without electricity, Karim had to drink the whiskey without ice, and before long his stomach burned.
His life was a broken mirror. He had lied a lot and been lied to a lot, and in the end he had made the mistake of returning to Beirut with the idea of building a hospital with his brother. That decision had disrupted and unraveled his whole story, so it was going to be very difficult to pick up the fragments and restore some of the coherence to a life that had been torn apart.
He waited and drank because he was convinced that she would call. But the phone didn’t ring and she didn’t call, and when she said she, I didn’t know who she meant. After what had happened, who did he expect?
Gazale, Muna, what for, to close her eyes and fall asleep listening to her love affairs with an Italian? She also saw Hind, saw his gray eyes and his undisguised blush, his dark complexion and his long, sad face, and remembered that love that fear killed, the love that had to be made secret and that was impossible to talk about.