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Saturday, 31 October 2009

Heaven Forbid

When I was listen to this song, it touche me so much... than I want to share the lyrics here:

"Twenty years, it's breaking you donw
Now that you understand, there's no one around
Take a breath, just take a seat
You're falling apart and tearing al the seams
Heaven forbid you end up alone
You don't know why
Hold on tight, wait for tomorrow
You'll be alright
It's on you face, is it on your mind
Would you care to build a house of your own
How much longer, how long can you wait
It's like you wanted to go and give yourself away
Heaven forbid you end up alone
And you don't know why
Hold on tight, wait for tomorrow
You'll be alright
Heaven forbid you end up alone
And don't know why
Hold on tight, wait for tomorrow
You'll be alright
It feels good, it feels good
It feel good, it feels good
Heaven forbid you end up alone
You don't know why
Hold on tight, wait for tomorrow
You'll be alright
Heaven forbid you end up alone
You don't know why
Hold on tight wait for tomorrow
You'll be alright
Yeah out of this one
I don't know how to ge out of this one
I don't know how to ge out of this one

Songwriters: Kin, Joseph, Slade, Isaac.
Song: Heavem Forbid
The Fray: http://bolg.thefray.net/us/music/how-save-life/heaven-forbid

Thursday, 15 October 2009

I am Israel

I am Israel. Written by Hashem Said on Feb.25.2002 . Video made by Jihane Al Quds on Sept.4.2009. Hashem Said is an officer in the UW Palestinian student group Hayaat. Io sono Israele :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4gymxY2zM8

Monday, 12 October 2009

Desenrascanço (Portuguese)

I found this article about portuguese words, hope you enjoy it:
Publish in the: http://www.cracked.com/article_17251_p2.html
"Desenrascanço: Means:
To pull a MacGyver.
This is the art of slapping together a solution to a problem at the last minute, with no advanced planning, and no resources. It's the coat hanger you use to fish your car keys out of the toilet, the emergency mustache you hastily construct out of pubic hair.
What's interesting about desenrascano (literally "to disentangle" yourself out of a bad situation), the Portuguese word for these last-minute solutions, is what is says about their culture.
Where most of us were taught the Boy Scout slogan "be prepared," and are constantly hassled if we don't plan every little thing ahead, the Portuguese value just the opposite.
Coming up with frantic, last-minute improvisations that somehow work is considered one of the most valued skills there; they even teach it in universities, and in the armed forces. They believe this ability to slap together haphazard solutions has been key to their survival over the centuries.
Don't laugh. At one time they managed to build an empire stretching from Brazil to the Philippines this way.
Fuck preparation. They have desenrascano."

Thursday, 8 October 2009

Bragança

Bragança - North of Portugal

If some day you come to Portugal, go viseted Brangança, and you will see all this natural landscape that you are watching in this little movie that I made.
If you thinking on stay there look for the "O Ninho da Cegonha", it's a country house very traditional in the Natural Park of "Montesinho". www.ninhodacegonha.com
video