THE SOUL OF THESE WORKS IS SYNTHESIZED IN THESE THOUGHTS
Despite how immense are
the doors of glory
through them canít fit small men.
A Genius without critics, is as
devoid as a circus
Poetry is the sun of my spirit,
from her, it receives all of itís light.
I donít have friends without defects nor
enemies without virtues.
Who marries the Truth,
procreates giant ideas.
My nation is that where I find
a man ran over.
The Genius is a madness,
the mediocre, many madnesses.
God doesnít exist, but, is something that
is in all parts.
Iím an atheist who believes in God.
To believe in God one must be
very ignorant, and to not believe,
For the pen more
heads have been decapitated than the sword.
He isnít wise whom believes himself to be.
Without character thereís no
possibility for greatness.
The date of the Thinker is with
time, the intelectualís, only
with his moment.
More foolish is who believes
that he knows everything, than whom is a fool.
The laws are always straight
but judges sometimes have
Whoever is good for fear of God,
is only good also for fear
of a whip.
Christian humility has never †
heard mass in a cathedral.
Finding a honorable politician is as hard,
as finding a priest in the Glory.