I Feel Content with My Progress Each Day

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March arrives with the floral scent of hyacinths. trees are soughing ecstatically as if heaven and earth were rocking. I have continued to stay at Gerardo’s apartment. A month has elapsed quickly since my triumphant return from Los Angeles. Needless to say, I am happy as an adolescent Pan and feel like being on the top of the world. I wake up full of vigor every day, for I have a great task to tackle: writing a book. My book has been bigger and bigger each day, and I feel that my journey of writing Liberation: Seeking the Meaning of Life will reach an end very soon.

All in all, I have started being in love with Mexico, and regarding that, Mexico is one of my sweet homes. What I love about Mexico the most is the weather. Now it is the middle of March, and the bright sun dances on God’s heaven every day. Mighty sunshine always baths my whole being as if the heavenly Father himself nourished me. I need only a t-shirt and jeans to stroll around La Condesa. Thank God, I am feeling so alive!

Since my return from Los Angeles, I have been committing to myself, diligently following my program with body and soul. I have to wake up at nine sharp, eat breakfast, go to Starbucks to write for three hours, and amble around La Condesa, where I usually sink into a deep reverie while sitting on a bench and admire the fountain. After that, I eat lunch and head back to the apartment to write for another three hours before heading out to Galerías Polanco for dinner. To end the evening, I settle on a comfortable couch at Starbucks, once again relaxing with sweet music before striding back to the apartment to write for another two hours. At the end of the day, I always feel as exhausted as Elijah, the prophet, felt after challenging the forty-five hundred priests of Baal imported by Jezebel to a contest at Mt. Carmel to prove whose god is the true God. However, it is a good feeling for me to burn out like that, and I feel content with my progress each day.

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