1. Querer es poder. – If you really want something, and fight for it, you´ll achieve it.
  2. Los verdaderos amigos los cuentas con los dedos de una mano. – You can count your true friends with the fingers of one hand.
  3. Las opiniones y recomendaciones únicamente son válidas para la persona que las da. Son resultado de su ambiente y vida, para nada quiere decir que va a funcionar contigo. – Opinions and advice are only valid for those persons that gives them. It is not guaranteed that it´s going to work with you.
  4. El que habla la caga. He aprendido a no romper el silencio si lo que voy a decir no es mejor que él. – I´ve learned to not break the silence if what I´m about to say is not better.
  5. A agradecer todo lo que me pasa y llega en la vida. – To be grateful of everything that happens and comes to my life.
  6. A no juzgar o criticar a las personas. Cada uno tiene sus razones. – To not judge or criticize other people. Everyone has their reasons to do what they do.
  7. Que el ser humano no tiene libre albedrío. Gracias Yuval. – Humans don´t have free will. Thanks Yuval.
  8. A ignorar el celular. – To ignore my cellphone.
  9. A apreciar y ser consciente de las cosas mundanas y “pequeñas” que tengo en la vida. Estar más presente. – To appreciate the “little things” that happen to my life. To be more present.
  10. A ahorrar antes de gastar. – To save before spend.
  11. A decir que no. – To say “no”.
  12. Que una vez que te vales por ti mismo eres capaz de lo que sea. – You are capable of everything once you realize you are economically independent.
  13. Que disfruto mucho compartir. – That I enjoy to share.
  14. Que tomar fotografías es parte de mi vida y no dejaré de hacerlo nunca. – That photography is part of my life and I won’t stop doing it.
  15. Business is business.
  16. A no tomarme nada personalmente. – To not take anything personally.
  17. A no tomarme la vida tan en serio. – To not take life so seriously.
  18. A trabajar para vivir y no al revés. – To work to live well, and not live to work.
  19. Que yo soy responsable de lo que tengo, de lo que obtengo y de lo que me pasa en la vida, así como de obtener lo que quiero o no quiero. – That I’m responsible of what I have, for what happens in my life and for what I get.
  20. Que la vida es un camino que se tiene que disfrutar, y no un medio para llegar a algo. – That life is a journey that has to be enjoyed, rhather than a medium to get to something/someone.
  21. A ignorar los comentarios de las personas. Cada uno está en su rollo. – To ignore someone else’s comments.
  22. A no subestimarme. – To not underestimate me.
  23. A madrugar y aprovechar el día desde antes de que salga el sol. – To get up early and take advantage of the day before sunrise.
  24. Que el descanso es igual de importante. – That have a good sleep is equally important.
  25. A meditar. – To meditate.
  26. A no decir nunca. Nunca digas nunca. O siempre. – To never say never. Or always.
  27. A desapegarme y desechar cosas que no uso. Lo que uso es lo que tengo. Y nada más. – To detach and give away things that I don’t use any more. What I use is what I have.
  28. A dar sin esperar nada a cambio. – To give without expect something in return.
  29. Que hoy estamos, mañana no sabemos. – That we are here today, we don’t know if tomorrow is going to be the same.
  30. Que los libros son parte esencial en mi vida. – That books are essential in my life.
  31. A cuidar y respetar mi cuerpo. – To take care and respect my body.
  32. A reírme de mi mismo. – To laugh at myself.
  33. Que nadie sabe de lo que es capaz hasta que no tiene otra opción que darlo todo. – That nobody knows what they are capable of until they don’t have other option than to give it all.
  34. Que los fracasos también enseñan. – That failures also teach a lot of lessons.
  35. A no planear rigurosamente. Al final, la vida tiene sus propios planes. – To not plan rigorously. Life has its own plans.
  36. Que disfruto mucho estar solo. – That I enjoy a lot being alone.
  37. El tiempo es mejor que el dinero. – Time is better than money.
  38. Experiencias > cosas materiales. – Experiences > material things.

Published by Sergio Reza

My name is Sergio Reza and I’m a 30-year-old architect/photographer from the Riviera Maya living in Austin, Texas. I find through photography a showcase for creativity and I design my life in accordance to my personal goals and beliefs For me, time is the most valuable thing in life, that’s why I divide it between architecture and photography trying to achieve the perfect equilibrium. My images reflect my personality and oscillate topics like architecture, street, and portrait. I find inspiration in music, books, travel, friends and everyday life. I’m always looking for collaborations with interesting people, feel free to contact me so we can meet and have a nice conversation.

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