This is how Serrat sang one of his many songs that I adore: "From time to time life refines with the brush, our skin crawls, and words are missing."

I think of this beautiful subject when I read the post by the father of

Roxana Romero Rodríguez, a television journalist, a sensitive and courageous girl who put her life at risk to save that of a three-year-old girl, the

daughter of a colleague of hers.

With pride in knowing her daughter is the protagonist of such an altruistic gesture, the father writes.

With emotion, hundreds of people replicate the story that only a few knew until yesterday.

Bárbara Betancourt, who directed the Informative System for a few years, commented extensively on our podcast today, where we skipped the topics dictated by hate and exalted by the haters.

Today love stole the headlines and encouraged dialogue, thanks to one of those moments in which the existence of social networks on the Internet is greatly appreciated.

Baby clarified that Roxana and the girl's mother are colleagues but had not had the opportunity to become friends before.

The first came to the newsroom at the time that Anisley was enjoying her maternity leave and then faced the tireless search for a solution to her daughter's illness, one of the dozen children waiting for a liver transplant, after the program of these surgeries was stopped due to lack of essential resources in the country.

The solidarity that it generated in a group such as that of the Information System, where the pain of one is the pain of all, the mobilization so that the essential medical supplies could be resolved, linked the fate of the girl with two organizations that are very supportive of Cuba: Puentes of love and Code Pink

, which in a few weeks already had the necessary medicines and materials in the country.

Meanwhile, the search for a compatible donor was the most difficult task until Roxana Romero Rodríguez appeared willing to donate, without a single doubt.

The love that can do everything, she could do everything, again.

Reinier Duardo, loving father of two girls, who does not deny that he cried reading the story, commented on a Twitter of the Cuban President, thanking Roxana and highlighting the human factors that came together in the complex surgery.

From any point you look at it, the solidarity of this town comes out.

The same one that we saw emerge in front of the Saratoga accident first and the one in Matanzas later.

Extraordinary examples of generosity, delivery, love.

This is confirmed by the comments and posts on Facebook by the team that participated in the transplant.

Proud to be a part, as Carlos Lazo and Medea Benjamín, leaders of the Bridges of Love and Code Pink, should be.

Speaking of love, the program reminded us that there are only a few days left for us to vote for the Family Code.

Many of the experts who elaborated it, have dazzled us with its depth, and by the way in which this rule has turned love into law.

But we also talk about the unacceptable siege against the Code, which some have unbelievably unleashed in the name of love.

Only that of an exclusive love.

A love of "this yes, but the other no".

The other, what is out of tradition and what some interpret as sacred laws, must be prohibited, censored and hidden, according to that point of view that prefers to deny what exists and that if someone suffers, no one else finds out.

Today we remember how the Family Code was built.

They were not a group of enlightened people who opened books and sat down to write.

It was investigated in life, in law firms, in courts, in psychology consultations.

It was updated to make it new, a Code that at the time was attacked by the same people who now ask that it be maintained, with the sole purpose of attacking the new norm, even if that means ignoring how Cuban society evolved in almost 50 years.

Analysts agreed that the Code is an impeccable document, put together after months of discussions, adjustments, and precisions.

What is worth and shines of Law, of Psychology, of the academy, worked in his letter or was consulted.

No one who reads the text could say that it damages it or that it takes away someone's rights.

Girls and boys, people over 60 years of age, those who suffer from some degree of vulnerability, all are treated by this Code as by no other previous law.

We owe ourselves a broader analysis of the subject.

And a deeper look at those who oppose.

On Thursday we continue veneering.

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