“We get to see the world without any of our prejudices
or biases or opinions on what the right thing to do was.”
“Perhaps no one is ready yet to talk about what it means to be one thing and seen as another,
but it’s there and it has been there for a decade, in case anyone ever is.”
What constitutes a family in Spanish-speaking societies?
How have families changed over time?
What are some aspects of family values and family life in the Spanish-speaking world?
What challenges do families face in the Spanish-speaking world?
How does one’s identity evolve over time?
How do aspects of everyday life influence and relate to the quality of life?
How does where one lives impact the quality of life?
What influences one’s interpretation and perceptions of the quality of life?
How do environmental, political, and societal challenges positively and negatively
What role do individuals play in addressing complex societal issues?
How do challenging issues affect a society’s culture?
“Yo no soy normal.
For me I have learned from Isabela what I learned from my daughter:
Don’t tell Isabela who to be.
Don’t tell Isabela what to teach us.
Don’t try to teach Isabela who to be.
Don’t tell Isabela what she can or cannot do.
Don’t tell Isabela what she can become.
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