To Brel and Bel (Albert Sobral)

Jingle a Bel’s song Jingle a Brel’s song Last mohicans in a crazy world Their soul haven’t been sold Their soul haven’t been sold   Jingle a Bel’s song Jingle a Brel’s song They will play their strings Where love will be king Where love will be king   Jingle a Bel’s song Jingle a Brel’s song They roamed, my dear Without airplane fear Without airplane fear   Jingle a Bel’s song Jingle a Brel’s song I want Read more [...]

Third shade: No one walks forward looking back

If you want to succeed, but you insist on looking back, regretting what has not worked out, thinking about what you have lost or blaming yourself for, do you know when you will get what you want? Never! Because looking back paralyzes. Looking back is the right recipe for cultivating doubts and fear of the future. What kind of thinking comes to your mind when you think about what you do not have anymore? Be honest. Are positive thoughts? I doubt that. Being miles away does not get anyone anywhere. The Read more [...]

Second shade: Time is Precious

We were all gifted with 24 hours daily. No one has more, no one has less. Perhaps knowing that these 24 hours are certain, some people do not give any value to them. But if you want to succeed, you need to know how to value your time. Think about these yours 24 hours as something extremely precious. Something you should give only to those who truly deserve. Then, analyze how you have spent it. Reading gossip magazine? Watching a TV show like just entertainment? Playing video game? Following others' Read more [...]

First shade, success and claim do not match

The complaint is a pest that has raged in our society. Much of this habit comes from the fact that when you claim, you have the feeling of doing something for your situation, but with little or no effort. It is much easier to complain than actually act to change the situation. Complaining is addictive. And it starts early. At first, the child who complains gets attention of parents, teachers, everyone. It seems a good thing, which leads to create the habit of complaining. However, over time, the Read more [...]

50 shades for success

We had the opportunity to read the book "50 shades for success," authored by Jadson Edington. The book's title is a copy of best-selling "50 shades of gray," but the similarities stop there. The book is very good, presents several tips that may seem obvious, but the vast majority of the population does not follow. The caveat to this publication is excessive approach to biblical passages, especially mixed with truthful examples. This fact is not surprising, because the author of the book is bishop Read more [...]

Forecasts for future: Talk to your children

We live in a world of constant and increasingly rapid transformation. It's not about liking or not of this sentence, it will happen! Then suits as soon as possible and not get left behind! The future is today!   Welcome to the future in exponential Age! Welcome to the 4th Industrial Revolution.......... Udo Gollub in Messe Berlin “I just went to the Singularity University summit and here are the key learnings. In 1998, Kodak had 170,000 employees and sold 85% of all photo paper Read more [...]

Ten things necessary for my return to church

Excellent article published in the Brazilian magazine 'Christianity Today' about ideal church. Author: Carlo Carrenho   "The church that want me as a member can not be part of the Christian ghetto. I reached a point where it simply I got tired of the evangelical culture of discriminatory attitudes of believers and the widespread hypocrisy.   For years, I stopped going to church. I reached a point where it simply I got tired of the evangelical culture of discriminatory attitudes Read more [...]

Dealing with differences: when religion invades real life

Regardless of what religion you follow, and even you will influence your children to follow the same religion as you, which is normal, after all you want to spread for them it all that makes you well, it is very important teaching them about dealing with differences. RELIGION OR LACK OF IT IS INTIMATE SUBJECT Religion or lack of it is intimate subject. There is no owner of the truth! Teach your children from an early age that they will treat in all his life with people whose religious orientations Read more [...]

The benefits of walking in the opposite direction of the herd.

The value of walking against ways traditionally acepted (herd) is one of the best legacy you can leave to their children. Attention: this is not an incentive to break the traffic laws and driving against the flow, as this would be a suicide attempt, of course. It is a lifestyle where knowing use, has great benefits. A very interesting thought turned to investments, but it applies to any occasion of life. It is said that "if the vast majority are going in the same direction or this direction is Read more [...]

The value of revisiting a good book or movie: does your child know about this?

Good books and good movies are not meant to be left aside after use. Not even! They can and must to be revisited with a certain frequency. When we see a film or we read a book for the first time, we were so focused on knowing the ends that we miss many details. The second time, knowing how the plot ends, we are with our more apt way to raise other issues that simply they went unnoticed the first time. And the third time even more. It's a pleasure revisiting it. Do not fool yourself. Not to mention Read more [...]

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