"Children were told that if they misbehaved, a dragonfly would sew shut their eyes and ears as they slept, or that dragonflies were used by the Devil to weigh people’s souls, and that if a dragonfly swarmed around someone’s head weighing his or her soul, that person could expect great injury. Others were told that dragonflies bring in winds of change, strength and survivability, so the next time a dragonflies flits around, you should give pause to consider the important things in life. But we scarcely understand anything about what this phenomenon “life” really is, it’s subjective. Death, however, is a part of life - this should give a sense of refuge."
Entiende que no eres la piedra que me hunde, ni la madera que me hace flotar; eres - más allá de eso - el océano en el que mi cuerpo pide nadar…frío, sin dirección, relajado y temeroso, en el que me quiero perder de vez en vez y que nadie me pueda encontrar.