High Quality vs Low-Cost Bargain: The Current Dichotomy! (XXV). Denouement. Happy Easter.
Have a beautiful Easter time. Sadly, I want to share that my little dog, Cherry, passed away this morning. She was the little one of three dogs that we have at home. The reason why I have been so stressed lately is related to my dog, Cherry. Cherry has a health issue that I was not able to mend properly. Cherry got sick around November 2020. And I have been busy searching for help, trying to help to cure her, without resources. Regardless of all that I did, which was with the best of my intentions, her gastric system got damaged. She couldn’t make it today. Cherry has been the most important dog I have ever spent my time with. She was a beautiful animal with me. Particularly I got attached to her profoundly because I save her to die when she was a little puppy, but I couldn’t repeat to keep her twice. I am mourning her. And I am shedding tears when writing this. Cherry was such a special sweetie. I imagine Cherry is now at the utmost height, where good dog souls fly after they leave us.
The importance of Easter. The following days are primarily to rememorate the pivotal essence of Christianity. I am sure you have seen the beautiful moon since last Palm Sunday, and that triggers our Easter vacations. Easter means that our greatest enemy, death, has been defeated. Easter signifies that our sins are forgiven and we are made right with God. Every year, the week of Easter vacation is to spiritually celebrate the resurrection of Jesus, the son of God, held on the first Sunday after the date of the first full moon that occurs during or after the spring equinox. This Lenten moon in the Christian religion is also called worm moon and it coincides with the beginning of the Spring Season.
The Lenten Moon of this week has been amazingly precious. It is there to remind us of the suffering of Christ and its resurrection. Easter vacations are designed for us to take a break, and dedicate some time to spiritually commemorate that Jesus-Christ, our savior, defeated death. Don’t Miss the Next Full Moon: The Worm Moon (and, by Some Definitions, a Supermoon) (scitechdaily.com)
Today is our last episode of the saga “High Quality vs Low-Cost Bargain: The Current Dichotomy!”. As promised, this is the first of four sagas that we will deliver to your inbox over the year 2021. I hope that by today, you have learned several key takeaways. Not just in theory, but also I expect that you grasped the sense of Eleonora Escalante Strategy writings. As I have expressed it previously, after the denouement of each saga, we enter in a 2 weeks sleep mode or a biweekly withdrawal from posting our articles. We will come back by April 16th, with a new saga: “The Hare and the Tortoise: The race is not to the speedy”. As usual, expect a saga with a precious mix of good theory and multiple applications or examples. Just a hint, this coming saga will be uniquely about the context of timing and the rate at which we are able to move and make decisions in corporate strategy. So, let’s relax for a few days, and see you again this coming April 16th.
Key takeaways of the saga “High Quality vs Low-Cost Bargain: The Current Dichotomy!” In relation to this last chapter of this saga. Please give me a few days to come back to fill the list of the conclusive takeaways. I do not feel well. I am still in shock given the loss of Cherry. Let me heal the grieve and sorrow I hold for her at the moment.
Happy Easter. Blessings from El Salvador.
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