Com um estilo reggae-rock, a Banda Homens de Bem de Salvador/BA tem como objetivo sensibilizar e mobilizar as pessoas, através da música, passando uma mensagem do bem, de alegria e positividade, onde o amor seja recíproco e verdadeiro entre as pessoas. “Independentemente da cor da pele ou cabelo, independentemente da raça ou credo, independentemente da quantidade de dinheiro que se tenha, somos todos iguais”, afirmam eles.
A banda busca construir, através da musicalidade, valores do bem na sociedade para que as pessoas vivam harmoniosamente com todos e com a natureza. ” Todos unidos na paz, pela paz, respeitando o próximo e as diferenças, cultivando o bem pelo bem, sendo honesto com você e com os outros, não fazendo ou desejando o mal absolutamente a ninguém. Queira o bem, faça o bem, deseje o bem… Você vai se sentir bem! Fazer parte desse movimento é ser um Homem de Bem” afirma a banda.
Você acha isto um sonho e/ou uma utopia? Eu não acho… John Lennon não achava. Muita gente não acha. Ser Homem do Bem é possível! Gostei da banda e da atitude deles! Muito louvável e bacana. Por isto, apresento a todos o Movimento do Bem Musical. Faço parte deste movimento que privilegia a bondade, a justiça, a simplicidade e a humildade; Que abomina esta mania compulsiva de consumismo e de valorizar o dinheiro, as “posses” e as aparências; Que busca valorizar a Pessoa Humana e a Natureza.
Today’s Bonus Prompt: How you take time for yourself
I like to do some things to take some time to myself.
I like to watch movies, listening to good music…
I like to dance ..
I like going to the beach, have a beer.
I like to access the internet, even with the limitations of my hands because of writer’s cramp.
I like to read books and write articles for my blog.
I like to drive motorcycles and traveling …
I like chatting with nice people.
I like to spend a weekend in the countryside, on a farm.
Today’s Prompt: Use a picture or video to inspire a post
This picture was taken in Recife nearly 10 years ago. Recife is a beach town and a port city in northeastern Brazil and is around 210 km from my hometown.
It makes me remember the good times when I was traveling by motorcycle. I always liked to travel by motorcycle and go to the beach. These are two things that make me well and make me quiet.
Today, I can no longer travel far motorcycle because the writer’s cramp is much worse. There are many things I like and I left to do – or still making a lot of effort – because of this disease.
This photo also reminded me of my teenage years when I was a lot to this city, because I had a grandmother and an uncle who lived there.
HAWMC Day 25: Third person post
The small DAP when he was young used to spend his vacation on a small farm of the parents of a classmate from school.
He recalls that it was a good time because he played a lot with the boys who lived there. His daily routine always began early in the morning. He woke at 5:00 in the morning to take cow’s milk. Then he would ride a horse and take the cattle to graze in the field. Sometimes it would bathe in the pond, sometimes he would go fishing and hunting.… The father of my colleague always forced us to drink milk very early in the barn.
He keeps these memories as one of the best moments of his childhood. Each time he spent a vacation in the field, he learned to appreciate more and more of nature and simple life.
The small farm was really cool because it had many trees, orchards of various kinds of fruit, cattle, cows, horses, sheep, chickens and turkeys … Moreover, had many children, who lived in the area for him to play. These were the perfect vacation for any kid.
HAWMC Day 19: 5 Dinner Guests.
Indeed, choosing guests for dinner is not easy. But in this special time of HAWMC I would invite some people who I do not know personally as Amanda Dolan and another member of the wegohealthblog’ s editorial team; Natasha Tracy because of Bipolar Burble Blog; Rebecca Serdans because of Care4dystonia and Maristela Zamoner, a brazilian who have writer’s cramp and created the first Writer’s Cramp Community in Orkut. And invite more one in particular: Paddy Doyle who has generalized dystonia and he is editor of The God Squade.
I’d like to know more about these people because they all have some important virtual relationship with me in life with dystonia and health activism. In fact, this would be a very special dinner. It would be unforgettable. This would be a typical dinner in northeastern Brazil.