quinta-feira, 13 de outubro de 2011

Continuo a Dizer.

Por vezes estamos tão envolvidos na vida que levamos e na correria do dia-a-dia, que nem sentimos a falta daqueles momentos tão nossos, daquelas pequenas coisas pelas quais vale a pena viver.

Adoro quando me fazem sorrir abertamente, adoro finais de tarde quentes, esplanada, café e boa companhia, adoro peles morenas e macias, adoro sentir-me transbordar de felicidade, adoro contemplar a lua e ouvir os grilos no campo, adoro o "give me everything tonight" porque me faz querer aproveitar e disfrutar a vida ao máximo, adoro pessoas bem humoradas e lutadoras, que se não resignam perante a adversidade, adoro o mar e o cheiro da maresia, adoro o acalmar do dia, o acalmar da vida e o acalmar dos corpos, adoro viver e adoro ginjinha de Óbidos.


quarta-feira, 12 de outubro de 2011

Não Custa Ajudar.

Subject: Please take action to end famine

Dear (everyone I know), I hope you’ll take a few minutes to watch ONE’s new video “The F Word: Famine is the Real Obscenity” and sign the petition to world leaders.

The reasons for the famine in the Horn of Africa are complex and solutions are difficult, especially in Somalia, but we can’t lose sight of some simple facts:

1. 30,000 children have died in just 3 months. Thirty thousand. With over 12 million people at risk.

2. Famine is not a natural catastrophe – drought doesn’t have to lead to famine. It can be prevented, as we’ve seen in much of Kenya and Ethiopia.

In the 21st century, it’s an obscenity that people are dying because they can’t get enough food to eat. Every one of those 30,000 children is part of a family – a son, a daughter, sister or brother. We can’t imagine what it must be like to starve to death, but most of us know what it’s like to lose someone we love.

Please watch the film and make use of the voice you have -- sign the petition.

It will make a difference in putting pressure on world leaders to do more to help those in need right now, and live up to promises already made to invest in the things proven to work – early warning systems...irrigation...drought resistant seeds… and of course, peace and security.