#repost @maniacas_literaria Resenha ________💀
Grande parte das nossas experiências originava-se de impressões que não eram sequer catalogadas pelo celebro "
Ramiro é um advogado , casado com a linda Amanda sócio do escritório Venturi aonde Ramiro cansado de tudo deixou na mão dos sócios o andamento do escritório seu amigo Rogério , o velho , Fábio .
A estória começa com Ramiro numa audiência aonde não desejava estar , para ele já estava maçante. Ramiro percebendo o jeito estranho do autor que estava enquieto colocando a mão no ouvido foi até o juiz quando o autor levantou-se derrubando a cadeira e chamando a atenção de todos quando do nada Ramiro sentiu uma dor muito forte na cabeça e sem conseguir gritar até que Amanda sua esposa lhe perguntou se estava bem sem conseguir abrir os olhos e sentindo uma dor muito forte conseguiu ver 3 vultos e um deles era o médico. Sem entender perguntou aonde estava , e Amanda lhe informou que estava no hospital tinha sofrido um atentado onde o juiz , advogado e o autor morreram e ele ficou em coma induzido a 2 meses e meio.
Ramiro passou por cirurgias e sua cabeça ainda não estava boa então ficou uns dias internado e Amanda ia velo rapidamente , Ramiro já sabia.... Ficou curioso a resenha tá completa no blog link na bio 💙. Corre lá pra dá uma olhada na resenha desse livro maravilhoso do autor Parceiro Daniel Nonohay 😘💀 #resenhaliteraria
I just wanted to love her, the way so many others couldn't, the way her body failed to inspire anything but a hard erection within these men that failed to see anything but a big ass and firm tits. She walks down the streets in shorts and a crop top with a confident, trembling smile. Fearing the men that will watch, fearing of those that will not. And she stops in front of me, her eyes shining with not love, but a synonym. She thinks I don't know where she's been, ten minutes before and last night and last week and every Thursday night at 7pm when she tells me she has class. I just wanted to love her, the way so many others couldn't, for she wouldn't let herself be loved. She had a plan and a future with too much promise and too little effort. No, she wouldn't let herself be loved, she loved too many things and the thoughts of a different name, a different whisper every Thursday night, it was exhilarating, a different touch and the chance of being caught. I knew this and wished her a good class every Thursday because I just wanted to love her, and hoped one day she'll let me.
LOVE..... Extract from debut anthology "Stories From The Sun" by Poetess Nametso Phonchi @poetess_phopho .
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With a morning like this I found myself thinking about the untold histories of my favorite adventurers.
Why did Aragorn venture out at all? What caused Gandalf to learn the ways of Middle Earth? Why were dwarves and elves and races of men travelers at all?
These characters are led out of their comfort zones, their sunny homes, and onto the road that cannot be controlled. How often did they almost die? How often were their adventures a failure? How often did these characters walk drearily back into their towns and gatherings - the whole of the population looking at them with pity - before they learned how to get it right more often than not? And what did these adventurers think of the people who were too comfortable to leave or be forced away from their homes?
It’s these failures and drives that stand my favorite characters up taller.
I tend to place myself as the hero in any good story I come across. We all do this, I know. But I think I relate to adventurous characters because I am an adventurer.
Every two years or so I am forced into a new journey. A school closes. A job dies. Parents fail. Don’t get me wrong, all my adventures are not bad. I have chosen to chase careers and freedom and love. I found great stories from movie sets and studios and sound booths. I walk lighter today because I have stopped idolizing the Church and I have removed the Bible from the Trinity. I convinced a smart, funny and beautiful girl to marry me and I have smiled every day since. And someday I will walk back into my sunny town and I will have conquered a great thing. But that is someday and now is today and today I live as a character who comes back after a failed adventure.
I look at the stories and pictures of people I once knew and I imagine pity and judgmental words. I think to myself and wonder why these people do not live outside of comfort; I wonder if they will ever be forced to.
I know in my heart that someday my failed adventures will have taught me the ways of this world. It will all make sense.
These unwanted adventures, these drives and sometimes failures will stand me up taller and I will look back on days like today as untold histories and unearned grace.
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On my way to yoga class, feeling exhausted having some body pain*
I almost ended up not going but after experiencing yoga for the first time yesterday I knew I'd feel better after another session and I was right !
I did even better than yesterday, got a compliment from my instructor when I lifted my entire body and I felt great for achieving so much in the space of two days*
Yoga is definitely one of my new favorite activities*
For anyone who is interested in yoga, they offer free yoga classes in greenpoint, close to the cape quarter* Sundays, Mondays and Thursdays* Come and join! It's most certainly worth it*
Посмотрела 👀 вроде давно еды не было в моей ленте😂 Сегодня разрешила себе... и не только #инстаграмеды но и саму еду (не поленилась, и пошла купить себе вкусняшек) Потрясающие впечатления от вечера балета(не посещается к сожалению в #stories ) завтра выложу.... Сегодня вся пропитана искусством) Приятное завершение вечера... #себянадобаловать