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O relacionamento abusivo dar-se por muitos fatores. O que diz respeito à ordem emocional, o [poder ] é usado para controlar, manipular, provocar ciúmes no parceiro/parceira de acordo com os desejos de quem é mais forte na relação, ou seja, que manda.

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Santarém, Pá 24 de janeiro de 2023

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Macintosh launched on Jan 24, 1984 and changed the world — eventually | AppleInsider

At launch, the Macintosh was far from a hit, far from being affordable and even far from being completely workable. Yet, that original model did succeed in forever changing computing not just for its fans, but for the entire world.

Source: Macintosh launched on Jan 24, 1984 and changed the world — eventually | AppleInsider

Smorgasbord Laughter Lines – January 2023 – Hosts Debby Gies and Sally Cronin – Margaritas and Regrets — Filosofa’s Word

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine: Firstly, some funnies from Debby Gies who has been doing some excellent foraging for us. D.G. Writes is where you will find an archive full of wonderful posts across several subjects including writing tips, social issues and book reviews. My thanks to Debby  for expert foraging… D. G. Kaye…

Smorgasbord Laughter Lines – January 2023 – Hosts Debby Gies and Sally Cronin – Margaritas and Regrets — Filosofa’s Word

How the myth of whiteness in classical sculpture was created – DW – 01/24/2023

The colors on most ancient statues had faded by the time they were initially excavated, so it was assumed they had always been colorless. But even as new knowledge emerged, the truth was intentionally withheld from the public to fit with the ideals of society, Brinkmann explained.

For example, the statue “Laocoön and his Sons,” found in Rome in 1503, had colors that were “deliberately looked over,” said Brinkmann, adding that the traces of color were often attributed to “barbarians.”

…In the 20th century, fascism appropriated the idea of white figures of antiquity as a symbol of white superiority. Both Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler particularly praised the art and architecture of ancient Greece and Rome, and the idea of white classical statues was useful in the conceptualization of racial superiority. For the Nazis, this meant aligning the visual image of the mythical Aryan race with Greek statues, for instance by featuring men with finely sculpted torsos.

The wide-ranging colors used in ancient Greek statues are thought to have been related to various categorical concepts — an idea that the Acropolis Museum explored in its exhibition “Archaic Colors.”

Blonde hair, typically featured on Greek Gods, warriors and athletes, symbolized power. A gray skin tone symbolized virtue and bravery, while the white skin of figures of young women “proclaimed grace and glow of youth,” according to the museum’s description.

Color in ancient Greek art was also often likely used to show gender: Men were depicted as having darker skin tones, as they customarily worked outdoors, while women were often painted white, since the ideal was to stay indoors and out of the sun.

Source: How the myth of whiteness in classical sculpture was created – DW – 01/24/2023

Knowing how to wait is…Esperar é–

Coisas da SIL

Esperar
Não é ficar parado.
Sentado.
Cruzado os braços
Cruzado as pernas.

Esperar
Não é ficar deitado.
Zangado.
De Cara fechada.

Esperar é
Saber trabalhar.
Saber sorrir.
Saber sentir.

Saber vestir:
A causa
A ausência
A incerteza.
A certeza da espera.

By: Coisas da SiL

Saber esperar é…

Knowing how to wait is…

Wait
It’s not standing still.
Seated.
crossed arms
Crossed legs.

Wait
It’s not lying down.
Angry.
Face closed.

waiting is
Know how to work.
Know how to smile.
Knowing how to feel.

Knowing how to dress:
the cause
The absence
The uncertainty.
The certainty of waiting.

By: SiL stuff

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