Although he never thought of being a mathematics teacher and the first class he taught was not on that subject either, he entered the world of numbers as he would later also do in history, to bring his two passions together. On this date when the International Day of Mathematics is celebrated, Julián Rogelio Álvarez… Continue Reading »
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From Pedro Betancourt municipality, Freddy González Hernández knows about the fear of a pandemic, about health protocols, about solidarity. From his work as a post-basic nurse in surgical procedures, he has contributed to the confrontation of diseases as dangerous as Ebola and Covid-19. “In 2010 I went as an anesthesia technician to the Margaritas Islands… Continue Reading »
When we are greater in humility, the nearer we are to greatness Rabindranath Tagore When the greatness of a person is authentic, it is always accompanied by a generous dose of modesty and kindness. You can be an excellent musician, writer, critic, painter or dedicate ourselves to any of the professions or trades with excellent… Continue Reading »
Manuel Merino Amador is not exactly an omnipotent hero and famous as Hercules or Achilles in Greek mythology, it is much more, for being a laborious man and multiplying profits for his fellow workers and his native town of Calimete, thanks to the fruit Of his dedication, unconditional dedication and passion for the central Jesus Rabí where he began his working life since the age of thirteen.
Miguel Ángel Alvelo Céspedes, a Cuban living in Madrid, I met by chance through social networks. Our first conversation was about love and longing experienced by those born on this island when they are far from home. It shocked me when he said the affinity he feels for the city of Matanzas, despite being a native of the province of Camagüey.