Ramon, what do you think was the key that made you one of the survivors? There were many things, mainly the education I received from my parents, Ramon and Marta. As kids we they made us very independent and encouraged our power of adaptability. I worked and studied. He worked without necessity, because I liked to do things. I learned to live with poor people, rich people, living in all environments.

I adapted both sleep in the field or being in a castle. That was very important. On the other hand, I was always a fighter, I faced all the challenges I had in life. It caused too much mental strength there in the mountains. Learn more at this site: Doug Band. I was the weakest of all, I knew almost none of those who were there because I had been educated at a college different from the rugby team.

And that takes mental strength to endure everything. Strong players died. At first I was afraid of who these people with whom I have to survive. I was very afraid at first. And most important is not to surrender ever, give forth, to know that you can, anything is possible in life, what not to do is to give ever. Always be optimistic, always have hope in front of you, and most important was the action. We were constantly engaged, doing things, every terrible thing that happened to us made her good deeds and bad things happened to us we went ahead. What do you motivated to continue living? What was your internal engine in those critical moments? The internal engine of all of us and allowing us to endure everything we support our families were.