Hoy sábado quería compartir con vosotros dos historias increíbles que he conocido esta semana.
1. La primera sucede todos los días pero no por ello es menos especial. De hecho, muy probablemente sea la historia más bonita del mundo: el nacimiento de un bebé. Os dejo un vídeo que ha preparado la marca de pañales y toallitas Dodot en el que, en 1 minuto, vemos la ilusión, la emoción, la alegría y la sorpresa de parejas reales en el momento del parto de sus hijos. No os lo perdáis, es emocionante!
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This Saturday I wanted to share with you all two incredible stories that have moved me this week.
1. The first one happens every day, every minute, but it's probably the most amazing of all: the moment a baby is born. I'd like you to watch a 1 minute video that the diaper & baby wipes Spanish brand Dodot has recently made. Don't worry about the language because it's all about images and pure hapiness. It shows different real couples they day their child was born, it's so intimate and authentic at the same time!
2. I read about the second story in a national Spanish newspaper this week (La Vanguardia): it's the incredible story of Charlotte Valandrey, a French actress who enjoyed fame and success at an early age and later had to face with a hard life. She was 18 when she found out she was HIV positive and 34 when she had a heart transplant. Once she recovered from the operation all of her tastes changed and she started having a recurrent and weird nightmare: a car crash where a young woman was driving her car in a rainy night. Shortly after she fell in love with a man and her nightmares stoped. One year later she had a premonition: she opened the writing desk at her lover's apartment and found out that we has the husband of her heart donor. She also discovered the reason for her nightmares: her donor had died in a car crash while she was pregnant and driving to hospital because she was bleeding. You can read the rest of her story in her book "De coer inconnu". As a result of this interview there's as open discussion in Spain: can cellular memory exist?