RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (Opinion) When I was a child, I used to hear a line, one of those typical of self-help books, that said that there's "strength in numbers". Perhaps the speed of information and the number of innovations that pop up each minute has buried those old sentences or even moved them to those self-help books that, for the most part, only help their authors.
But it is a fact that old sayings have been forgotten in time, which is regrettable because they were "popular truths", the fruit of experience.
The motto "there's strength . . .