Gadanha

Gadanha é uma história para poucos leitores. Porque temos poucos em quantidade. No entanto, Gadanha atenderá até mesmo que não queira ler. É estória de times de futebol. Criam um campeonato entre fazendas. Acontece coisas, sabe. E você vai ver que ser criativo, ser alguém transformador o levará ao curral das mesmas coisas, a não ser que, mais do que ganhar um campeonato, possa se transformar. More
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About Pedro Moreira Nt

Who I am

Pedro Moreira Nt

I think that, I am, and that's something for me. To be someone is yet very good. It is the passport to existence. A life to share with others so that I could say hello and hear from another hello too.
To be it is the discoveries of others that come like a package that shows us life. In loneliness we are not nothing. All things that move in our mind come from beings, in special from mankind. Our memory is a daily construction from these others that lives in our lifes feelings, expressions, words.
The reason for life is to learn to search for the better for all. This 'all people', is the totality without parcel, part, piece. It is an all in all fragment that we can to learn, to know. Not one from us dropped out of that table. It is the playing that none, the same who take the win, can leave the rest of us.
We are the won and are responsible in equality to who is the win. When someone takes the prize, makes something absurd, magnificent we say this because it is to us the importance, fundamental of existence.
The winner is the conjugation of all in a singularity.
I write for this, to share, to be who I can to be through from the other.
I am a little that comes from you, a teeny idea, like dust from thoughts that create dunnes volumes of creations. I am who I want to be who I think that I am and need you to live.

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