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Cut from the inverse side, a mirror ceases to be a mirror and becomes a glass.

Mirrors are for looking on this side, and glass is made to look to the other side.

Mirrors are made to be etched.

A glass is made to be broken... to cross to the other side...

P.S. The image of the real or the unreal, which searches among so many mirrors, for a glass to break.


Listed below are humanitarian aid organizations and indepedent ecological and cultural associations operating in the Yucatan Peninsula. Each of these organizations relies on the generosity and kindness of its supporters.

The Global Give
100% gift coverage! It is the goal of The Global Give to provide EVERY child in our communities with a new toy to call their own during the holiday season. With each gift given we bring joy and hope to the children and the community as a whole.�

It is our mission to care for patients needing Artificial Limbs, Orthopedic Braces and Post- Mastectomy products.

Fundaci�n Am�rica Maya, A.C., an international charity in Playa del Carmen on the Riviera Maya of Mexico, offers Maya and Mexican families opportunities in education, health care and economic development.

Angel Notion
Angel Notion is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising funds and donations to provide education, medical aid, and opportunities for people of lesser means and special needs. Angel Notion is located in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico.

Patronato Peninsular (PPPN) is a United Nations affiliated care-giving organization located in Merida, Mexico.

Pronatura Pen�nsula de Yucat�n, A. C. (PPY)
Pronatura Peninsula de Yucatan, A. C. (PPY) is a Mexican non-profit organization which focuses its efforts in the conservation of very important ecosystems in three states of Mexico: Yucatan, Campeche, Quintana Roo and also in the Gulf of Mexico.

The City of Joy Foundation
The City of Joy Foundation arose as a response to the growing needs of the population of Quintana Roo. Founded in 2000 to provide not only the basic services which many people from the poorest communities lack, but also the tools they need to help them build a better future, for themselves and their families.

Akumal's inspirational one room library and literacy center.

Centro Ecol�gico Akumal
CEA's Mission is to monitor the impact of development on the regional ecosystems and culture; to report findings and their significance to the public through education; and, through education, to influence public policy.

Network for Animal Care, Education, and Resources.

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Today's Maya number more than six million, are divided in to many differnt ethnic groups and speak more than 30 distinct indigenous languages.

Natural wells are called cenotes from the Mayan word dsonoot.

The Maya describe the Yucatan as "u luumil cutz, u luumil ceh, mayab u kabah" - the land of the pheasant, the land of the deer and Mayab is its name.

The word puuc means "hilly country" in the Maya language of the Yucatec.

The first three rows of a Mayan corn field were for travelers.

True windows are rarely found in Maya architecture.

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