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Ana Murillo

It is said, as it is known, that sea urchins feel the need for getting together on icy days, to share warmth and not to die. When they get too close together, the spines of the other sea urchins cause them pain. However, drawing away purports unbearable cold.
Unlike sea urchins, we not only get closer to other sea urchins, but to the cause of such freezing days. Danger and temperance keep us at a distance adequate for survival. But some times, we keep on getting closer.


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