They say that what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, and this week on Being Latino on Facebook we saw the truth in the old cliché first-hand. Finding the strength of Hercules and still alive and kicking, we regrouped and chose to continue to provide compelling content.
This includes one writer’s thoughts on the latest about changes in Spider-Man, which has had many talking. A bi-cultural, minority superhero. Who would’ve thought? But change is a natural part of life, and one result of change is progress, which isn’t made without new ideas and people who think outside the boundaries of what they already know.
We don’t know if a dog can be bilingual, so in curiosity we ask the question. The answer may lie somewhere in maybe, but the truth is that we just don’t know. And those are the type of things that become the catalysts for learning.
Questioning everything is how we expand our minds. Expanding our minds helps us to become more open to others who are different from what our experience allows us to accept; including a man with long hair, or a Latina who, according to some standard somewhere, is not quite Latina enough.
Being Latino is a communication platform whose mission is to educate and connect all peoples across the global Latino spectrum. Being Latino is the largest fan page for Latinos on Facebook.