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“Dê-me um ponto de apoio que eu arrumo uma desculpa e deixo para mais tarde” – Rubem Penz

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MARCH

In computer programming there is a very common instruction called SHIFT. Its execution on a linked row of variables moves the contents of the same variables in the same direction.

Imagine that these variables are soldiers in a row. And that executing the SHIFT statement on that queue would correspond to that entire queue of soldiers taking a step. And taking a step would correspond to passing the memory from one variable to the next variable.

Now, imagine that these variables are neurons. The execution of a preparatory context is like taking a few steps in a march performed by a chain of neurons.

The more I perform these marches on the same terrain, the less unknown they become, despite remaining hostile.

These repetitions make executions faster and more efficient. Its results echo in my heart. Often, these echoes give me the certainty of the efficiency of these executions without giving me the slightest reason. This has happened to me countless times, just like that.

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Now imagine that these soldiers I spoke of are neurons who have already fought several battles in these same lands. And that these terrains are neurological problems.

I don’t know how perfect these comparisons are, but I’m sure they exist.

During preparatory contexts, there is no pleasure. But these battles always end in a context where a stoned neuron invades bringing pleasure.

The more that stoner feels supported (sure that even if he make a mistake he doesn’t suffer), the greater his certainty that the more he postpones his invasion, the more pleasure the future will have. This increases my patience and tranquility to face problems.

The growth of this patience is accelerated. Well, I don’t know what acceleration or whether it is constant or not. I just know it exists.

Paulo Ricardo Silveira Trainini

Hare Krishna Mantra (Reggae Style) by C. C. White

(Também disponível em EXTRAS 1 -> MEUS MANTRAS PREDILETOS -> 10)

Hare krishna Hare krishna

Krishna Krishna Hare Hare

Hare Rama Hare Rama

Rama Rama Hare Hare

TRECHO QUE O DOIDÃO SE METE

There comes krishna
To wake the love of God
There comes Krishna
To wake the love of God

There comes Krishna
For true liberation
There comes Krishna
For sweet sensation

They comes for Krishna
To release anxiety
They come for Krishna
To support humanity

They comes for Krishna
To reach the pleasure
Their pleasure, me pleasure
To reach my pleasure

Krishna Govinda Gopala
Krishna Govinda, Govinda Gopala
Krishna Murali Manohara Nandalala
Krishna Murali Manohara Nandalala

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