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... to go about it.
We seminared until 6.30 and then went out to dinner. There were 7 of us: Renato and Andre were the managers from the Brazilian institute, Rafael and Eliana the workers. I liked Rafael, he has an engaging smile. The other two foreigners were Todd Litman from Victoria, who I have frequently come across, and Andres from ITDP in Mexico, who is Michael Kodransky's deputy.
We went to a newly thriving bohemian quarter, Pinheiros, close to the ...
... to get to the hotel. Cirsty worried he won't be back in time, until she remembers that he has an hour to investigate before the line even starts to move. He returns with news that there is a free airport shuttle for the Mercure hotel. Cirsty feels like this day might just be OK after all. By the time 9am rolls around line has tripled in size. Luckily line moves quickly. With tickets in hand the ...
... pollution due to less people having to sit in traffic, as well as providing ride share apps for people to reduce their daily usage of motor vehicles.
Basically, Mo's companies gathers electronic data, and then resells it to anyone who is willing to pay for it. It was very interesting that we had this visit the day before the news reports came out about the uproar regarding electronic tracking by the Government in the USA, as this is something that has been going ...
... have to shorten street names or leave them out altogether. No land marks to speak of, just subway stops.
The other thing is I am in the Southern Hemisphere meaning the sun crosses to the North. I must really unconsciously use that fact, because I really burned some shoe leather on that mistake today.
In the end, I saw a lot before the shadows got long and the trouble makers awoke from their slumber for another night of mayhem.
... this theology. Currently we are both studying the strengths and weaknesses. More to come about that as we move through the class.
Summary: Still one of the richest, fullest, hardest experiences I've had. Praise God for the challenges, the friends who love me in the midst of the tough moments, the small victories, the exciting discoveries, the brothers and sisters doing cool Kingdom work, and the chance to experience this 'abundant life'.