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... a self-imposed prison.
It is hard to see what is owned or ran by the state and what is private. One thing they do have is an immense municipal sanitation workforce. It is a shame the city appears so dingy despite the level of effort that goes into keeping it clean. Apparently Sao Paulo has a wide range of environmental problems surrounding waste disposal.
While at Itaú, our speaker Gustavo Lopes Rodrigues outlined ...
... growing accustomed to for the past several days living in rural little towns or on tropical island paradises. Despite this, São Paulo is actually the place that feels most like home out of everywhere we´ve been so far.
On our first day we walk around the historic centre. Very little of the colonial era remains and there is none of the old style of architecture we might have expected of a historical centre. Everything looks very 20th century: too old to ...
... on the in house guitar), Alex (a super laid back 40 yo Yankee that lives at the hostel and just cruises by) and a melee of characters that become your house mates over the course of 4 days becoming friends with on a level that in the real world would take years. It's a great part of travel but also one of the negatives given that you generally never see these people again. Sao paulo was a cool stop, 4 days ...
... we just have make sure that we actually leave the church building to do so. It made my heart happy. The preacher prayed for us all, with a special section for me the visitor and we ate snacks as we prepared for the return journey.
Full head and full heart, I headed back to campus with the interns. This call for lived theology is sticking with me. It was part of the revolutionary article from Magali's class "church and society" about the division of the developing ...
... the public feels helpless. Adding to the problem, the less-educated electorate continues to reelect incumbents that tout the illusory success of reducing poverty through direct cash transfer schemes, the ridiculous idea that Brazilians are wealthier than the British (in reality only by GDP), among others.
It's worth noting that Brazil is a developing country and should be expected to have some ...
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