Mexican saying 2


Written by Shirley Henderson AKA Sher

September 10, 2015

There is a Mexican saying “no quiero oro ni quiero plata yo lo que quiero es romper la piñata”.

It means; I don’t want gold, neither silver. What I want is to break the piñata.

Let’s remember that the Mexican culture is reach in traditions and festivities, the piñata in particular is a symbol of celebration that predominates with birthday parties to celebrate life.

When we choose to break the piñata instead of gold, or silver, we are choosing family, happiness, fun times, the little things which in reality become the big things in life because sometimes being successful in business which is a good thing, does not mean being successful in life.

We need to choose these moments of joy, what is that we really want? Of course, when your happiness is to choose the gold and the silver more power to that quest.

I want to wish you, joy and happiness, and like Whitney said but above all this I wish you Love. May you find it, where you think they are. 

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