Que tal uma dose de natureza nesse domingo?
🌳 "Quando uma pessoa fica tempo suficiente em contato com a natureza, e esse tempo varia para cada um, vem um estado de reequilíbrio e centramento."
Fonte: Marco Aurélio Bilibio em entrevista dada à revista Bons Fluidos
Imagem: Arquivo Pessoal
Who has been to Veracruz, Mexico? I wrote this song Veracruz from my album Thirty-One Nights back in 2010! Huge thx to Enigma for choosing to create some stunning visuals to the piece 🙏 featuring the amazing Samite on vocals! This is ear candy at its best 🎧 #mexico#veracruz#vocals
メキシコ、ベラクルースでの日の出。僕のことは裏切り者て思っあないでください！でも僕の心はいろんな所の物です。Sunrise in Veracruz, Mexico. Please do not think of me as a traitor but my heart belongs to many places. Un hermoso amanecer en Veracruz, México. No pienses que soy un traidor. Mi corazón le pertenece a varios lugares... #tokyodancelife#veracruz#mexico#amanecer#golfodemexico
DOMINGO DE LA SANTÍSIMA TRINIDAD
La Iglesia dedica el siguiente domingo después de Pentecostés a la celebración del día de la Santísima Trinidad.
Aunque es un dogma difícil de entender, fue el primero que entendieron los Apóstoles. Después de la Resurrección, comprendieron que Jesús era el Salvador enviado por el Padre. Y, cuando experimentaron la acción del Espíritu Santo dentro de sus corazones en Pentecostés, comprendieron que el único Dios era Padre, Hijo y Espíritu Santo. “Alabado es el Padre que es nuestro Creador. Alabado es el Hijo que es nuestro Salvador. Alabado es el Espíritu Santo que es nuestro continuo consolador. Alabadas sean las Tres Divinas Personas de la Santísima Trinidad que aman con dulce amor”. #SantisimaTrinidad#VeraCruz
"The heart of the immigrant is as fickle as the sea on the sand, swells with the desire to reach what is to come, until the force of that desire is extinguished and a melancholy drags him back to the past, there his heart clings to memories so strongly that they lose their materiality and become dreams, again the soul expands to touch them, again the hand of the sea extends over the earth, how many exiles will not have felt that communion with the anxiety of the sea being at the edge of that strange and recent world ?. That America of radio, illusions and correspondence that at the precise moment when he took physical form was called Veracruz. The Jews who arrived here a century ago, experienced that sway as a deep geographical contradiction having left the old continent, they had to turn their back on the east, but on the other hand their tradition taught them to direct their hopes towards Jerusalem. Did it make sense to implore towards that millenary city, now hidden behind the imponderable waters of the Atlantic and turn its back on what it had been looking for? Was the promise to be fulfilled or had it been postponed?
The blocks of the monument present that moment alive, suspended detained in a decisive moment. The immigrants still arrive, it is a moment of perpetual gestation in which the heavy and powerful past rejuvenates and multiplies smooth rays of hope.
For the Mexican Jew, Mexico is a maternal identity that not only welcomed their ancestors with fruitful hospitality, but a permanent gesture of generosity continues to sustain them. The cracks through which the pieces of basalt and marble pass allow light to sneak from side to side at dawn, when the sun rises in the East the rays of light are filtered by the rock sculpted imitating the flash of horizontal rays that point to the earth, the most remote east is identified with the western face of the work, the first light materializes in the second hemisphere.
The Jewish and Mexican worlds, in a hundred years of coexistence, were transmuted into a luminous and brilliant luminous ace. " - Aslan Cohen Mizrahi -
. International Port of Veracruz, Mexico.