I am impressed with your post, La historia de el paso, because It is very interesting of those that you wrote because I grab something similar where you where I pass you where I pass and the truth if it is very ugly that to be there until the good thing is that I was lucky because I was only there as 6 days.
One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is Llego el dia donde nos cerraron el puente y ya no querían dar protección familiar entonces la gente se empezó a cruzar por el río para que así migración los agarrara a algunos les toco suerte dependiendo su caso los dejaban pasar. I think this is awesome because some even risk their life by passing here. But the only thing is that some people are lucky to pass by here because being there for days or months is very sad.
Thanks for your writing. I look forward to see what you write next, because it’s very interesting what you write.
I am excited for your post, “La historia del paso,” because it’s a very interesting story. I think what you went through happens to many more people. It is a very good publication to share your story.
One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “No había donde dormir dormíamos en la calle en casas de campanas y pasabamos frío algunas personas no tenían dinero para comer y entre la gente nos cooperavamos.” I think this is sad but at the same time something happy because It is sad to know that people slept on the streets in bell houses. And at the same time it is a happy thing because people support each other.
Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because I was very surprised by your publication. And I would like to know more about how you are right now. It is very interesting to know how people go through all that.
I am impressed by your post, La historia de el Paso, because it is a very interesting story. I think it is really sad because that happens to many people too.
One sentence you wrote that stands to “Mi proceso fue muy tardado porque aparte no había donde dormir dormíamos en la calle en casas de campanas y pasábamos frío algunas personas no tenían dinero para comer y entre la gente nos cooperamos.” It is really sad because a lot of people go through this situation all the time. Also because they want to have a better life for their family.
Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because your post is
Estoy asombrada por tu post, porque aprendí de tu cultura que nunca había escuchado.
Una frase que escribiste que se destacó en para mi es “ Las personas se ocultan para evitar que les llegará una bala a ellos o a su familia”. A Veces a sí pasan cosas en muchos lugares del mundo. Muchas personas se esconden con su familia para estar protegidos del peligro.
Gracias por tu escritura. Espero ver lo que escribes a continuación, porque quiero aprender mas sobre tu cultura.
Por qué crees que a veces en el mundo hay mucho peligro?
Estoy de acuerdo con el tema del peligro de México, pero quiero decirte que no solo en méxico se vive la violencia también hay violencia en todo el mundo. y es algo que yo pienso que nunca va a terminar.
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