Friday, May 13, 2011
"Last April the 30th I read that Ernesto Sabato passed away. It was my birthday and I could not think about this important lost, but I was really touched. I read from him "Sobre heroes y tumbas" (On heroes and tombs) and there was inside one the most disturbing chapter I've ever read: "Informe para ciegos" (Report on the blind). Time for mourning arrived and one day I found a copy of an old Braille alphabet. As a mourning for Ernesto, I decided to talk about blindness. But the image I had on my head was the light. Bright light instead of darkness. But to not forget that when we first see the light, we are completely blinded".
Teresa Gomez Martorell