Today is DIVERSTIY DAY and our language is a very nice and unique sign of it.
I know if we all start saying hello, the server will be very busy, but perhpas you can
write something about your own language in the forum, something about your country,
upload a video where everyone can see what is unique in your country, and off course
you are welcome to send me and your best friends a short email just saying Good Morning
The Cutting of the Umbilical Cord and Questions from an Unemployed Mother…Continue
Added by Eliana van de Craats Lima on May 7, 2012 at 19:30 — No Comments
How much are we willing to pay for human rights? I hope to get your oppinion on that. In order to reflect on it and answer that question, I have decided to place the links to the original video and interviews for you as I believe pictures say more than a thousand words:
Added by Eliana van de Craats Lima on March 18, 2012 at 22:14 — No Comments
I've asked to provide a better link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Iz7HkbLXqM and a translation of the song I used at my blog Syrian's Heroes, a couple of minutes ago. Here are both versions: Portuguese and English
Bleeding (Gonzaga Jr.)
When I release my voice please understand
Word for word here is a person surrendering
With my heart in my mouth open chest, I'll keep…Continue
Added by Eliana van de Craats Lima on March 12, 2012 at 12:38 — No Comments
Hi everyone, I know that there are news everyday, therefore, I hope we do not forget that Syria's struggle for democracy is happening everyday. This is a very short message, just to remind our Syrian people that we will not forget them. If we can't be there to join the uprising we can be there with our hearts and minds. Music is a powerful way to express our feelings and I really hope, this song of Gonzaguinha, will show our Syrian brothers and sisters that we care, and we are bleeding,…Continue
Added by Eliana van de Craats Lima on March 12, 2012 at 12:00 — No Comments
Kofi Annan just arrived in Damascus, to meet with Syria's Dictator Bashar Assad. Seeking a peaceful solution to the crisis in Assad's country, but staying only, 24 hours!!! It would be a miracle, if after leaving on the day after, Sunday,…Continue
Added by Eliana van de Craats Lima on March 10, 2012 at 13:00 — No Comments
Brazil and Latin America is the focus of this blog, where students and professionals interact with the Media.
Expert analyses of academics and professionals will be available soon. However, you need to subscribe using the contact form in our site:http://www.wix.com/serendipity2009/the-media-in
To start with, the group is presenting interesting news on Brazil, which you will be able to…Continue
Added by Eliana van de Craats Lima on March 9, 2012 at 23:30 — No Comments
Everyday the Media reports many facts, most of them, did not really exist at the moment they were reported. With lots of information available it is sometimes difficult to decide what to read and what is reality or fiction. One…Continue
Added by Eliana van de Craats Lima on March 4, 2012 at 19:00 — No Comments
My first day in Berlin was peaceful. I visited the Postdamer Platz, the place where humans were separated by a wall of intolerance phisical and psychological, that limited freedom of movement, thought, freedom of speech, and only God knows which other limitations the war might have caused to the people of Berlin only, as the impact it had on mankind is yet, immesurable. Fortunately, instead of depression or devastation, a Japanese company gave Berlin, a wonderful place, where peace is…Continue
Added by Eliana van de Craats Lima on March 3, 2012 at 22:00 — No Comments
The resignation of Kader Arif, of his position as rapporteur for ACTA, last January, rings the bell of "how far" the EU Commission has betrayed our trust in the EU. It is an evidence that the treaty is harmful and misleading.
It is on the other hand, a sign of hope that we still can fight and defeat such an agreement, if we unite and direct our actions to our own Parlamentarians, urging them "not to sign" it or ratify it in June 2012.
In exclusive interview to…Continue