Brazil culture dating
I found some relief when I was in Sao Paolo for a short time!I also found the Brazilian people to be optimistic, and that many have a faith in God that sustains them through many difficulties.One time I was on a bus traveling back to Rio by myself, and the bus broke down. "We pulled over on the highway, and everyone got out of the bus calmly and waited patiently.I was a wreck, as I had no idea how they would fix it, or how we would get to where we were going, how long we'd be out in the hot sun without water and food, etc., etc. Somehow it all worked out, and I noticed how accustomed I am to feeling "in control".
I'll have more on those topics at some point, since they ARE a small part of Brazilian culture, but first, let's take a look at some of the many other abundant treasures that Brazil has to offer.
Back then we didn't even have the internet, and so I relied upon stories I'd heard from others who had visited, to help me to prepare. It wasn't a bad or even painful experience, in fact I considered it quite positive. My visit to Brazil shook up all the things I took for granted in my life. I don't mean to be crude, but some places that I lived in did not have electricity or toilet paper, things I had never lived without.
I wasn't visiting Brazil as a tourist, rather I was traveling to spiritual communities for my own learning and healing, so that I could be of greater service to the world in my own work.
Like all countries on our beautiful Earth, each one has unique and special gifts to share.
I have not traveled extensively nor visited lots of different countries, however my experience of living in Brazil taught me a great deal about the gifts that this amazing country has to offer. as well as Brazilians, I still found myself experiencing a huge culture shock.
Now, each of us is a beautiful, unique individual, and at the same time, we are part of the family and the country we were born into.