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Sunday book – It is better if our stories are counted and not just questioned.

🙂

Twelve Years a Slave: A True Story (Collins Classics) by Solomon Northup

” Eliza consoled me and was very kind. It was very long before the cabin was full of slaves. They gathered round me, asking many questions about the difficulty with Tibeats in the morning – and the particulars of all occurrences of the day.”  Twelve Years a Slave: A True Story (Collins Classics) by Solomon Northup

A conversation is beautiful when both people are expanding joys or easing pains. Ask, ask and ask will not expand our experiences, vocabulary and will make us more curious.

We need beautiful conversations. 🙂

Twelve Years a Slave: A True Story (Collins Classics) by Solomon Northup

Que as nossas histórias não sejam apenas questionadas mas que elas possam ser contadas.

Eliza me consolou e foi muito gentil.  Foi muito antes da cabine estar cheia de escravos Eles se reuniram em volta de mim, com muitas perguntas sobre a difícil manhã com Tibeats E sobre todas as particularidades e ocorrências do dia” – Doze Anos um escravo: Uma história verdadeira (Collins Classics) por Solomon Northup

Uma conversa é bonita quando ambas as pessoas estão ampliando alegrias ou amenizando dores. Perguntar, perguntar e perguntar não irá aumentar nossas experiências, vocabulário e irá nos tornar mais curiosos.

Nós precisamos de conversas bonitas. 🙂

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