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Something in my own place
I'm standing naked
Smiling, and I feel no disgrace
With who I am"
Lucky Man The Verve,
I dont know if I will change the world. At least, I always try to change my own world. Review concepts and give back all the good things that my brief existence in this mad world has received.
It´s a slave. Maybe a free spirit. It´s a slave. Is it bad for him? Tell me someone who isn´t. One is a slave to pleasure, other, slave of avarice, other, slave of ambition, all of us, slaves of fear.
I feel things intensely.
"Cause I know I´m a mess he doesnt wanna clean up"
"the parrhesiastes is someone who says everything he has in mind: he does not hide anything, but opens his heart and mind completely to other people through his discourse."
I am 100% passionate person. 1% rational. But this 1% percent is enough to give me the balance.
"For a harmonious relationship between art and a religious ethic, the conscious interest of the object must be linked to content and not to the form itself." Max Weber
"To all that a man leaves become visible, we can ask: what he wants to hide? Why are you looking away? What prejudice he wants to evoke? And further, how far does the subtlety of its concealment and to what extent it is wrong? " (Nietzsche - Beyond Good and Evil)
I think outside of the Box.
Red Pill our Blue pill? Matrix
"I have silly fears and an absurd courage"
"Kiss me, please, kiss me
But kiss me out of desire, babe, and not consolation
it makes me so angry 'cause I know that in time
I'll only make you cry, this is our last goodbye"
Last Goodbye, Jeff Buckley
"My temperament has a little pepper: not everyone likes that ... Not everyone can afford"
You are mistaken about the facts - the priest said. The sentence not comes at a time,but is the process that turns slowly in the verdict. So is it - K. said, lowering his head. What will you do for your cause in the coming days? - asked the priest.
Quoting Tolstoy, Weber (1968, p.31) notes that one of "the great difficulties of civilized man is precisely the lack of meaning, not just of death but of life itself. And so the development of scientific rationality could not solve. Unlike the peasants of old, who "died old and full of life" because they were "installed on the organic cycle of life," had a sense of death and thus could be considered "satisfied with life," the guy "placed in means of walking from a civilization that enriches continuously thoughts, experiences and problems, may feel tired of life, but not full of it. " The progress provided by science, devoid of "meaning, it makes life an event equally meaningless." (MACHADO, 1996: p.19)
MACHADO, M.D.C. Charismatic and Pentecostal: Membership in the Religious Sphere Family. Campinas, São Paulo: Autores Associados, ANPOCS, 1996.
WEBER, M. Science and Politics: Two Vocations. São Paulo, Cultrix, 1998.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
"Every friendship is desirable in itself, but begins with the necessity for what is useful." Epicurus
Coming and going
I watch you look at me
Watch my fever growing
I know just where I am"
Lucky Man, The Verve
Sing along with you, Hughs, Kisses, Loved and to be Loved...
- political science
- social science
- good conversation
- singing in the shower
Music, Movies, and Books
"God does not expect that we submit to Him our faith without reason, but the limits of our reason make faith a necessity." Faith and reason don´t like a duality...
"The son of an unskilled worker has six chances in 100 for entering a university, the son of a professional person has a 50% probability. But only 10% of the entire adult population in 1940 attended a university. What chance has a child of the worker to reach the gymnasium? During the 30 years was less than 14%." The exclusionary nature of capitalism...
MILLS, C. Wright. Origins and mobility. In: --------. The new middle class: white collar. Translated by Vera Edge. 2. ed. Rio de Janeiro: Zahar, 1951. p. 289-96
"To all the unheard wisdom in the schoolyard
you think you're the right ones
you think you're the charmed ones I'm sure
but how can you go on with such conviction?
and who do you think you are why you question me?"
Can´t Not, Alanis Morissette.
Red pill or blue pill? Matrix
Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davies, Charlie Parker, Quincy Jones, Ray Charles... (Father´s influence)
Jamiroquai, Fiona Apple, Tears for Fears, Manic Street Preachers, Samba, Amy, The Smiths....
Beyonce, Anitta, Rihanna...
"But how many corners do I have to turn?
How many times do I have to learn?
All the love I have is in my mind"
Lucky Man, The Verve.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
"Don't let yourself go
'Cause everybody cries
And everybody hurts, sometimes
Sometimes everything is wrong
Now it's time to sing along
When your day is night alone (hold on, hold on)
If you feel like letting go (hold on)
If you think you've had too much of this life
To hang on"
Everybody Hurts, Jeff Bucley.
"The favor of God or against God, but never without God" CS. Lewis.
I´ve gonna out of Plato´s Cave
Readind is find yourself in other´s experience.
More or less
It's just a change in me
Something in my liberty
Oh my mind"
Lucky Man, The Verve
Teach, Learn, Share
I study Anthroplogy of Religions, more precisely, occupations Pentecostals in areas of the city of Rio de Janeiro. I love to chat about things I have learned and experienced. I teach Sociology in High School classes in Brazillian Schools.
What I Can Share with Hosts
My heart, love, kisses, hughs and sing together.
"I feel part of the universe open up to meet me"
Better Days, Eddie Vedder.
"Got my life information
Upon the breeze that's blowing through my hair
Got a pocket full of rainbows
Oh and a sky to put them in so blue
So let the music come and save you.
I found a God that I can pray to
Deep inside my soul, hey"
Soul Education, Jamiroquai
Countries I’ve Visited
Brazil, Ecuador, France, Germany, Portugal
Countries I’ve Lived In