Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Phrases that have been in history



Phrases that have been in history

1. When you swear to that nobody relied on, lied so much that no one believes  youand borrows no one gives you, you should go where nobody knows you.

(Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882). Writer, philosopher and poet)


2. Well is twice locked tongue, for the hearing must be twice the talk
(Baltasar Gracian (1601-1658). Baroque Spanish Golden Age writer who cultivated the didactic and philosophical prose, representative of the concept.)

3. The affection is the punishment given life by supply always easy.
(José Teodoro Larralde (1937). Argentine singer of folk music)

4.Some are willing to anything but to live here and now.

(John Lennon (1940-1980). Musician and composer of pop and rock music. He was one of the members of the Evergreen group The Beatles)

5.The possessor of wealth does not make happy to have them, but spend it and  not spend it as you want, but knowing how to spend.

(Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (1547-1616). Spanish writer, top of the Golden, author of the book The Ingenious Hidalgo Don Quixote)

6.Benebolencia tolerance does not mean the ruin, or under the inept but good will.
(Antonio Machado (1875-1939). Spanish poet, member of the Generation of 98, whose early work tends to join the literary movement called Modernism)

7.Besides teaching, doubt what you taught.

(Jose Ortega y Gasset (1883-1995). Spanish philosopher and essayist, leading exponent of the theory of perspectivism and the vital and historical reason)

8. The government is best which leaves people more time alone.
(Walt Whitman (1819-1892). American poet who says in his work the importance and uniqueness of human beings)

9.The more is like most of all, with less intensity is appreciated.

(Stendhal (1783-1842). Pseudonym of Henri Beyle. Narrator and French essayist, a leading figure of realism and the psychological novel)

10.The La reason is a pot of  two handles . The same can be caught from the right to the left.

(Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592). Humanist and skeptical French essayist)
11. Men are usually pretty religious  to loathe and very rarely necessary to love.
(Jonathan Swift (1667-1745). Irish writer, author of Gulliver's Travels)

12. In politics have enemies, deadly enemies and party colleagues.

(Konrad Hermann Joseph Adenauer (1876-1967). Political and German statesman, first chancellor of West Germany and one of the initiators of the European Communities)

13.No can feed hungry people with  statistics.

(David Lloyd George (1863-1945). British statesman and Prime Minister from 1926-1922.)

14The disputes lords are read on the backs of farmers.
(Russian proverb)

15.Nothing is as dangerous as being too modern. One runs the risk of being suddenly outdated.
(Oscar Wilde (1854-1900). Novelist and Irish, eccentric and rebellious playwright)

16.The life  is  a useful book for somebody can learn.
(Miguel Abuelo (1946-1988). Musician, poet and Argentine composer)

17I can losing everything  less my honor. (Anonymous)

18.A  pain to me  hurts  the sore  of many people  that  hungry who cut  his courage.
(Horacio Guarani (1925). The nickname which is known to this writer and Argentine singer)

19.La democracy is a process that ensures that we have not better governed than we deserve.
(George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950). Playwright Irish critic and polemicist. Nobel Prize for Literature in 1925)

20.The good manners are like zero in arithmetic, perhaps not so much to represent themselves; but they can greatly increase the value of everything else.
(Madeleine Freya Stark (1893-1993). British writer and explorer born in Paris)

21. The problem with the world is that the stupid are sure of everything, and the intelligent are full of doubt.
(Bertrand Russell (1872-1970). Philosopher, historian, English mathematician, pacifist and prominent rationalist. Nobel Prize for Literature in 1950)

22.La death is possibly the best invention of life
(Steven Paul Jobs (1955): American computer entrepreneur and president of Apple Inc. and maximum individual shareholder of Walt Disney)

23.When thought we had all the answers, suddenly changed all the questions.

(Mario Benedetti (1920-2009). Uruguayan poet and novelist)

24.The eliminating the friendship of life, is  as to cover the sunlight in space.
(Marcus Tullius Cicero (106-43 BC). Speaker, writer and politician Roman)

25.Majesty  I'm like you, I do not work I do nothing but I'm indispensable.
(Sergei Pavlovich Diaghilev (1872-1929). Also known as Serge. Entrepreneur founder of the famous Russian Ballets)

26.As the best clerk will check a blur. (Proverb)


27. Where water is at its highest in more depth remains calm.
(William Shakespeare (1564-1616). English poet and playwright, glory of English letters)

28.La humility is the first degree of wisdom.
(St. Thomas Aquinas (1224-1274). Italian philosopher and theologian of the Catholic Church) Roman, head of the scholastic tradition)

29.The purpose of art is to embody the essence of things secret and not copy their appearance.
(Aristotle (384-322 BC). Greek philosopher, deep and extensive influence in the West)

30.Nobody  may be wise on an empty stomach.

(George Eliot (1819-1880). Pseudonym of Mary Ann Evans. English realistic Narrator, of manners and psychological issue).

31. Forgetting the intentions is stupidity that most often make.

Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (1844-1900). Classical philologist, German philosopher and poet)

32.The worst way to miss someone is to be sitting next to him and know that never will have.

(Gabriel García Márquez (1928). Colombian novelist committed leftist movements. Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982)

33.The madness is the birth of the senses.

(Alfonso Quijada Uriah (1940). Salvadoran poet and storyteller, also known as Kijadurías. He It was a member of the Committed Generation)

34.It is  doubtful that mankind succeed in creating an enigma that the same human ingenuity not resolved.

(Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849). American poet and storyteller, author of fantastic tales master)

35.The  friends A family of individuals whose members are chosen at will.

(Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr (1808-1890). Literary critic, French journalist and novelist)

36.Withthe first shot, with the first death he went mad and never recovered.
(Cayetana Guillen Cuervo (1969). Spanish actress and television presenter)

37.There are  two things that man cannot hide: he's drunk and he's in love.
(Antiphanes (408 BC-334 BC). Latin playwright)

38.The virtue has never been as respectable as money.

(Mark Twain (1835-1910). Pseudonym of Samuel Langhorne Clemens. American humorous narrator and author of the popular book The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.)

39. Who wants to have the last word just have to outlast their opponents.

(Friedrich August von Hayek (1899-1992). Philosopher, lawyer and economist Nobel Prize in Economics in 1974 Austrian School)


40 The most beautiful dream dreams of freedom  are in prison

(Weimar historian and the most important German playwright to date. It is next to Goethe, one of the central figures of Classicism (Weimar)
41.Pay what you owe and what you know. (Proverb)



42. Take a lifetime to learn to live
(Lucius Annaeus Seneca 4? B.C.-65 A.D.). Author of tragedies and Stoic philosopher hispanorromano)

43.When  the stimulus is hunger, when you just want to improve, be best if posiblble.
 The stomach fills up fast .The spirit is insatiable.

(Paco de Lucia (1947). His real name is Francisco Sanchez Gomez and for many is the best Spanish guitarist so far)

44.Only two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity.
(Albert Einstein (1879-1955). German-born physicist, later nationalized US and Switzerland. Author of the Theory of Relativity. Nobel Prize in Physics in 1921.)

45. Politics is war without bloodshed. The political war with bloodshed.
(Mao Tse-tung (1893-1976). Chinese revolutionary leader and theoretician)

46.
​​The longest day comes to an end soon.
(Cayo Plinio Cecilio (61? -113). Known as "Pliny the Younger". Speaker and Latin epistológrafo)

47.The  rights are not granted, they are conquered.
 (Avram Noam Chomsky (1928). Philosopher and political activist. He has done important work in linguistic theory and cognitive science)

With affection,
Rubén

History:Isaac Newton



Isaac Newton

Newton, Isaac (1642-1727), British mathematician and physicist, considered one of the greatest scientists in history, who made important contributions in many fields of science. His discoveries and theories formed the basis of most of the scientific advances developed since his time. Newton was by the German mathematician Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz one of the inventors of the branch of mathematics called calculus.
He also solved the mysteries of light and optics, formulated the laws of motion and derived from them the law of universal gravitation.
Newton was born on December 25, 1642 (according to the Julian calendar then in force, on January 4, 1643, under the current Gregorian calendar today), at Woolsthorpe, Lincolnshire.
When he was three, his widowed mother remarried and left him in the care of his grandmother.
Over time, his mother, who was widowed a second time, decided to give a primary school in Grantham.
 Later in the summer of 1661, he entered Trinity College, Cambridge University. Newton received his bachelor's degree in 1665. After a break of almost two years to avoid the plague, returned to Trinity College, where he was appointed as an intern in 1667.
He received the title of professor in 1668. During this time dedicated to the study and research of the latest advances in mathematics and natural philosophy that regarded nature as an organism whose mechanism was quite complex. Almost immediately, he made fundamental discoveries that were of great use in his scientific career.
The method of Newton fluxions obtained in the field of mathematics its major achievements.
He generalized the methods that were used to draw tangents to curves and to calculate the enclosed area under a curve and found that the two procedures were inverse operations. Uniting them in what he called the method of fluxions, Newton developed in the autumn of 1666 what is now known as calculus, a new and powerful method that put modern mathematics above the level of Greek geometry.
 Although Newton was its inventor, he did not introduce calculus into European mathematics.
In 1675 Leibniz arrived independently at the same method, which he called differential calculus; publication made exclusively Leibniz received praise for the development of this method, until 1704, when Newton published a detailed exposition of the method of fluxions, overcoming their reluctance to disclose their research and discoveries for fear of being criticized. However, knowledge transcended so that in 1669 won the Lucasian chair of mathematics at the University of Cambridge.
Optics was another area for which Newton early interests. In trying to explain how colors arise arrived at the idea that sunlight is a heterogeneous blend of different rays-representing each one a different- color and that reflections and refractions make colors appear to separating the mixture into its components.
 Newton demonstrated his theory of colors by passing a beam of sunlight through a prism, which split the beam into separate colors.
In 1672 Newton sent a brief exposition of his theory of colors to the Royal Society of London. Its publication provoked much criticism that confirmed their suspicion publications so he retired to the solitude of his study in Cambridge. In 1704, however, he published his Optics, which he explained in detail his theory. Elementary principles.
In August 1684 Newton's solitude was interrupted by a visit from Edmund Halley, an astronomer and mathematician with whom he discussed the problem of orbital motion. Newton had studied the science of mechanics as an undergraduate, and at that time already had some basic notions about universal gravitation. As a result of Halley's visit, he returned to be interested in these issues. During the following two and a half years, Newton established the modern science of dynamics formulated the three laws of motion. He applied these laws to Kepler's laws of orbital motion formulate by German astronomer Johannes Kepler and derived the law of universal gravitation. Probably, Newton is best known for his discovery of universal gravitation, which shows how all bodies in space and on Earth are affected by the force called gravity.
He published his theory in Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy (1687), a work that marked a turning point in the history of science, and also won its author losing their fear of publishing his theory  .La appearance of Principles also involved Newton in an unpleasant episode with the philosopher and physicist Robert Hooke.

In 1687 Hooke claimed that Newton had stolen the central idea of
​​the book: that bodies attract each other with a force that varies inversely as the square of its distance.
However, most historians do not accept Hooke's charge of plagiarism.
In the same year, 1687, Newton Cambridge supported the resistance against the efforts of King James II of England to convert the university into a Catholic institution.
 After the Glorious Revolution of 1688, which drove James from England, the university elected Newton one of its representatives in a special convening of the British Parliament. The following four years were of great activity for Newton, who encouraged by the success of Principles, he tried to summarize all his early achievements in a written work.
In the summer of 1693 Newton showed symptoms of severe emotional illness.
Although he regained his health, his creative period had come to an end. Newton connections with the leaders of the new regime in England led to his appointment as inspector and later director of the Mint in London, where he lived until 1696.
In 1703 he was elected president of the Royal Society, a position he held until the end of his life. As president, he ordered the immediate publication of the astronomical observations of the first Astronomer Royal of England John Flamsteed. Newton needed these observations to perfect his lunar theory; this issue gave him some conflicts with Flamsteed.
 Newton was also involved in a violent argument with Leibniz about the priority of the invention of calculus. He used his position as president of the Royal Society for a commission to investigate the issue and he secretly wrote the report of the commission that was in charge of plagiarism Leibniz formed. Newton even compiled a list of accusations that the company had published. The effects of the dispute dragged on almost until his death.
Besides his interest in science, Newton also was attracted to the study of alchemy, mysticism and theology. Many pages of his notes and writings, especially in the last years of his career are devoted to these topics. However, historians have found little connection between these concerns and scientific works.

With affection,
Rubén

Stories:The mirrors



The mirrors

Story: The origin of happiness
Pedro Pablo Sacristan

There was once a child smart and rich, that had practically everything, so he just called his attention the most rare and curious objects. That was what happened with an antique mirror, and persuaded his parents to buy him from a mysterious old man. When he came home and was reflected in the mirror, she felt her face looked very sad. In front of the mirror he began to smile and make faces, but his reflection remained sad.
Puzzled, he went to buy candy and all happy to be back in the mirror, but the reflection was sad. He got all kinds of toys and gadgets, but still not ceased to be sad in the mirror, so disappointed, left him in a corner. "Go rarer mirror! It's the first time I see a broken mirror!"


That afternoon went out to play and buy some toys, but going to the park, he met a little boy who cried sadly. He cried so much and you just saw, it was to help to see what was wrong.
Little he explained that he had lost his parents, and together they looked for him. As the boy would not stop mourn, our boy spent his money to buy some sweets to cheer until finally, after much walking, eventually finding the parents of the boy, who were worried sick looking for him.

The boy said goodbye to the child and walked to the park, but seeing how late it was done, he turned and went home without having gotten to play without toys and penniless.
At home, to get to his room, he thought he saw a glow from the corner where he left the mirror. And look, he found himself beaming, illuminating the entire room. Then he realized the mystery of that mirror, reflecting the only true joy of its owner.
And he realized it was true, and he was really happy to have helped that child.
And since then, every morning when you look in the mirror and see that special glow, he  know what to do to recover.


Story: Beyond the mirror
Virgilio Diaz Grullón


The story tells how a man with his wife were in an antique store and buying something while the wife bought the man looked mirrors where he struck one of them and looked over his dusty surface will not  make reflection face he paralyzed then the blood came and cleaned the mirror and his image appeared again himself . He  tock the he mystic mirror to his home where his wife placed in the attic with a lot of stuff was. so the man expected his wife was not home to go up and see the mirror so he practiced all week without any unusual phenomenon when; four days after he spoke to his reflected face mirror momentarily paralyzed and being really amazed every day when he did realize he had other feelings and be a stranger to his forehead started quickly this will cause problems of insomnia, restlessness among others problems.

 After looking felt the desire to touch so doing felt his hand step further on a gelatinous surface could not express his horrible feeling and last night when  could not sleep with his wife was quietly went to the attic with the idea that he was the protagonist of an extraordinary event so writing a note saying:
 "... As soon finishes these notes give the final step, the ends run me through the mirror and I will face my destiny. Goodbye."



Story: The Chinese mirror (anonymous)

A Chinese farmer went to the city to sell the rice harvest and his wife asked him not to forget to bring a comb.
After selling their rice in the city, the farmer met with some friends, and drank and celebrated long. Then a little confusing, when returning, he did not remember that his wife had asked him something, but what was it? I could not remember. Then he bought in a store for women the first thing that caught his eye: a mirror. He returned to the village.
He gave the gift to his wife and went to work their fields. The woman looked in the mirror and began to mourn inconsolably. The mother asked the reason for those tears.
She gave him the mirror and said:
My husband brought another woman, young and beautiful.
The mother took the mirror, looked at him and said to his daughter:
No need to worry, it's an old one.

Poem: Mirrors:
Jorge Luis Borges




I felt that the horror of mirrors
not only to the impenetrable glass
where ends and begins, uninhabitable,
an impossible space of reflections

but to speculate that mimics the water
the other in his deep blue sky
Stripes sometimes illusory flight
bird or the reverse stirred an earthquake

And in the quiet surface
whose subtle smoothness of ebony
repeats the whiteness like a dream
a vague pink marble or vague,

Today, after so many and perplexing
years of wandering under the moon varies,
I wonder what chance of fortune
I was afraid mirrors.

Metal mirrors, masked
mahogany mirror that in the mist
its red twilight disfuma
that face that looks and is looked at,

I see infinite, elementary
executors of an ancient covenant,
multiply the world as the act
generative, sleepless and fatal.

Prolongs this vain uncertain world
in its dizzying web;
sometimes in the afternoon fogs
the breath of a man who is not dead.

We lurks crystal. If the four
walls of the room there is a mirror,
I am no longer alone. There is another. There reflection
that weapon in a stealth dawn theater.

Everything happens and nothing is remembered
in those crystalline cabinets
where, as great rabbis,
We read books from right to left.

Claudio king of an afternoon, King dreamed,
he felt it was a dream until that day
in which an actor spoiled his felony
with silent art in a stage.

You have dreams it is rare, it has mirrors,
and spent the usual repertoire
Daily includes illusory
orb hatched deep reflections.

God (I've been thinking) makes an effort
throughout that elusive architecture
which builds up the light with the smoothness
glass and shadow with sleep.

God created the nights are assembled
dreams and ways mirror
for man feels that reflects
and vanity.
Why not alarmed.

Humor:

Peter arrives on a Tuesday to school and the teacher asks,
Peter  why did not you come to school yesterday?
And Peter answered:
Oh teacher , what do you think ?, my parents who fight.
Peeter , that's no excuse for you, did not come to school.
Master, is that when my parents fight, is thick teacher, really.
Peter , that's no excuse for not assist classes yesterday.
teacher  is that when my parents fight things are fanned teacher.
What it does that have to do with who only yesterday you came to school?
Look teacher, my dad threw my mom lamp room, my mother broke down and the lamp bathroom mirror.
Pepito Well, I do not understand the relationship between the mirror and your lack of yesterday.
As a teacher, when I was at school and I went to brush my teeth, and as I did not see me in the mirror, I said: This child already went to school!
 
A tramp goes to the airport and looks in a mirror and think, if I had known he was here, had not come.

Chinese mirror? HAY-TOY-

One day, a grandfather of 98 years was on the phone with her grandson; grandson says:
Hi I Grandpa, I'm listening very happy, why?
The grandfather replied:
It is that just broke the mirror.
But that gives you seven years of bad luck!, said the grandson.
And the grandfather replied:
Yes! Is not it fantastic?