One day I decided to write a book, after all, José Martí once said: "There are three things every person should do before they die: Plant a Tree, Write a Book and Have a Son". I have already planted a tree and with this book I complete two out of three. Maybe one day I'll go for the third one too.
In this book I talk about 50 situations in my life that weren't successes exactly. All of these experiences were painful, humiliating or just weird (Fifty Tales of Shame). Some of the stories I tell in this book have never been told. Some, because it didn't came the right time to tell them, and others, because I thought it was better to keep them as secret (until now).
I have a particular way of accepting life lemons; people usually laugh with my stories, even when I'm serious. I like to think they are laughing with me (and not of me). I also make fun of myself and try to learn something about every situation. Usually, I learn more from bad experiences than from good ones, although there are some that are just weird and it's hard to learn from them. Still, I tried to write a lesson I learned from each of the 50 stories I tell in this book.
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