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More faith in themselves that the world opens

So many things happened in my life . I want and I must share with you . Leaves the firm where I worked and am currently more present in the City of God community. … Read More»

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A poet of World Pulse in FLIZO

On September 30, 2013 to FLIZO - 1st literary feast of the West Zone of Rio de Janeiro Brazil , made ​​its debut on the cultural map of the City. … Read More»

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When The Gate Swings Open

As a child I played with National Geographic magazines. I cut the photos carefully from their binding and positioned them on my bedroom floor. … Read More»

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The Fitness Center Square is to be used by the elderly?

Today I was waiting for a person in the Town Square of God. In front of the Fitness Center Square. … Read More»

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I am not an object to be owned. I'm only one person and I deserve to be loved.

In this drawer, joined discernment, and even a tone of regret. And pain. I recognized the desire that was behind that behavior as aggressive. … Read More»

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The world depends on us. O mundo depende de nós.

O mundo depende de nós. The world depends on us. É preciso que os governos invistam mais nas favelas do mundo, dar condições de moradias dignas para as pessoas viverem. … Read More»

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The future of my grandchildren

I live in Rio de Janeiro a city regarded as wonderful for the world. And this city is beautiful, has beautiful beaches, breathtaking scenery and hospitable people. … Read More»

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Thoughts on: the potential escalation and effects of gender violence regarding the current civil war Rio de Janeiro, BR.

Many journalist are calling the current state of violence and brutality in the favela's in Rio de Janeiro, a civil war. … Read More»

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The Quest for Samba

The last time I lived here it was different. Jessica was sixteen and her dreams revolved around an evangelical pastor who cried during sermons, but now she has a boyfriend. … Read More»

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