So today, we watched a nice FUTBOL game between these two excellent teams, so what happenned? Colombia, beautiful and very well deserving to win , as well as England. Wow! Super nice match, then we come to the Penalty Kicks , haha...
I really thought that Colombia would win the Penalty Kick Round because of the proven smartness and cleverness of the Colombian People. But, I think the nervousity that was generated in the team after the first missed penalty, was enough to un sync the great sinergy that was keeping the colombian team in a better position than the English Team.
So the first Penalty Kick was misssed, then the Colombian team started going down in fear and insecurity , that plus not being used to massive pressure, which the english players are used to,, made the Colombia Team fall.
Then what is the lesson to learn from this match.... For me is to RE confirm again that if we are enough CALM and Relaxed in our minds and hearts we can be successfull in anything we want in this life and other lifes. So even if you are a good player into something, the one who has more experience and therefore mind and emotional balance, will do it better than you.. Just because the experienced one has already dealt with the same situation many more times than you, so this person can take it more calmed and therefore be ahead of you..
So my recommendation to anyone that wants it is, if you like a lot something in your life and you want to become good at it.. You need = PRACTICE, DISCIPLINE and COMMITMENT. These 3 things and a lot of LOVE will take you to the place you want either with a sport or with you life... Experience this life, have emotional experiences, have spiritual experiences, mental and physical as well so you can deal with many new things, new things that appear all the time in our live,, the best thing is to be prepared based on our confidence built with our practice, discipline and commitment.
Pure Infinite Love. Full Amor Puro Infinito.
PD. Excuse me for my English but Im from Southamerica :)
It has been a dream of mine since I can remember to go to the jungle. Something about the mysterious depths of green, full of all these amazing animals has always been fascinating to me. So when my friend and I decided to travel to Peru it was clear that we would have to go to the Amazon rainforest at one point.
But where? And how?
Luckily, another friend told me about Lagunas, a remote village right next to the jungle from where you can venture into the Pacaya-Samiria reserve. Even though we were a bit scared we decided to just try it out.