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The most important thing today, and in 60 years

IMG_0323 I'm going on a trip, those trips that are very long. I leave you in the company of live Writer Where something I have programmed for the fidelity of the readers but I want to seize the time because in these trips is when I put nostalgic to the third call of my daughter who asks me when I will return so that we finish the puzzle.

Yesterday, when I was at a friend's funeral, I was meditating next to the flowers on the grave. I know, this is not a technological smoke, but it is clear to me that knowledge due to its usefulness can be methodological, practical, formative and even emancipative. So… there they go.

What is most important now in your life

Your career is likely to finish college, a master's degree, or possibly a doctorate. Make sure that you will have a sufficient competitive position with respect to your contemporaries and that no one will be able to judge that you did not take advantage of your full potential.

Your work, have better results for your effort and show yourself that you are the winner who 36 years ago overcame the race against 5 million sperm. That by the way allows you to have comfortably what your parents could not.

Have fun, have fun with your friends, have some girlfriends envy and no one is bothering to leave shoes in the room, for pizza at 2 at dawn or for not repairing that sheet on the ceiling that makes noise when The wind blows.

Your technological toys, fill the need that exists in what you are passionate about, be it a digital tablet, a camera, gps or simply a bluetooth glasses.

Which will be the most important thing within 60 years

Imagine that you are on your deathbed, your doctor has told you that you have only a few hours to live and that you prepare yourself because at the rate you are suffering from seizures the risk is any moment. So you decide to take advantage of the minutes, at your 96 years old, that you would do:

Please bring me my college degree, my master's degree, and my four books that I have written. I want you here at this table, I want to remember how it cost me to get my degree, working and studying, to see how much production has come out of my brain ...

Maybe it's not that, and maybe you say, bring me my co-workers, those who worked with me before 50, I want them to see me because I want to feel how much I achieved in my life and that they could not reach yet with better academic careers and Opportunities ...

Bring the brides I had, I want you to accompany me at this last moment and remind me that although I never married them, I was privileged to be loved by each of them ...

Or maybe you say: I want my tablet here, I want to connect to the browser and someone to update my Facebook for the last time, I also want to make one more entry in my blog to explain that last AutoCAD trick that was reserved for a special day ... my coffin put my Benq camera, my external hard drive and my wii console.

Cipots No sir…

Surely you will say: bring my children, I want to see them one last time, bring the lady who accompanied me all my life, I want to caress her beautiful face and tell her last time I always loved her ...


I insist again. I know, it is not exactly a technological smoke but ...


Are not they adorable?


Also they will be in 60 years

Golgi Alvarez

Writer, researcher, specialist in Land Management Models. He has participated in the conceptualization and implementation of models such as: National Property Administration System SINAP in Honduras, Management Model of Joint Municipalities in Honduras, Integrated Cadastre-Registry Management Model in Nicaragua, Territory Administration System SAT in Colombia . Editor of the Geofumadas knowledge blog since 2007 and creator of the AulaGEO Academy that includes more than 100 courses on GIS - CAD - BIM - Digital Twins topics.

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  1. I really like your blog and I follow it through reader. your post made me think about many things ...

    Have a good trip
    A hug from Portugal

  2. hummm curious that I was also reflecting on these things these days and your lines arrive to give more strength to these thoughts ...

    I hope you have a good trip and enjoy it very much ...

    Greetings from Iberia!

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