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May 17, 2014|Blog



Without concern for the power of temptation, some of us find ways to chase after our desires, and yet we’re able to fulfill our roles and complete everything that’s expected from us. I’ve found out that without courage, most people end up in painful situations when their only goal is pleasure. The world knows your weakness and it’ll exploit them to see how strong you can become.

That’s why we’re surrounded by deception, as if we were walking blindfolded towards a cliff, desperately trying to reach the edge, as if discovering what’s beyond would be a reason I need to live my life at its fullest.

Something tells me that there’s more than what we’re able to grasp from reality, a set of rules have been placed on us. Yet we are gifted with freewill, and for that we shall pay dearly. I believe that the world collects it’s payments, and people who let themselves lured into temptation have to cover higher fees.

Some gifts have worse consequences than others, and the ones who were entitled—freewill—must be paid with suffering. We can’t remember anything other than our current existence, but we’re sure that being lured into a trap, design for us, it’s the best alternative. We must remember why do we have to start from scratch.

I believe the world if filled with signs, invisible signs than manifest when you’re paying attention, like in the Quantum Zeno effect. In other words, you’re the only one able to see your path, and to find the traps that are placed along the way. Once you’re ready guidance will appear, but remember to be discreet.


Sebastián Iturralde

Author, lover of nature and life.


  • May 13, 2020 at 7:37 am

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    • May 13, 2020 at 8:16 am

      I really appreciate the compliment and I would definitely try to keep them coming.

      • June 3, 2020 at 6:53 pm

        Thanks so much bro

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    After years of chasing an invisible goal, I've finally decided to write in English, again; this is just one of the many posts to come.
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