One of the best Maya Angelou’s poems

“We are the miraculous, the true wonder of this world” and when we realize it, we’ll be deeply committed to the world we live in.

I am really glad to share this amazing Maya Angelou’s poem with you. Enjoy yourselves!

A brave and startling truth

We, this people, on a small and lonely planet
Traveling through casual space
Past aloof stars, across the way of indifferent suns
To a destination where all signs tell us
It is possible and imperative that we learn
A brave and startling truth

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Japanese Keyboard for Android

It is well known that in devices which support iOS systems, it is really easy to change the keyboard configuration to type Japanese characters; the above is because the devices come whit the necessary means to do so. It doesn’t requires any extra applications to introduce japanese text.

However, for devices with Android systems, which are marketed out of Japan, it isn’t simple, because it is necessary to install some additional programs and then we have to change the keyboard configuration to allow the introduction of Japanese text.

I have tested three applications and now I’m going to explain some of their main features and differences. Continue reading

Gloria’s Saturday

One of my favorite writers is the master Mario Benedetti, I like his job for a lot of reasons, the main of them is that when I read his texts, I feel pretty much identified, both with my philosophy and life experiences.

A couple of years ago I had the chance to read one of his tales called “Gloria’s Saturday”. In the last weeks, some events in my life have made me remember this story, which invites us to reflect on what we are doing with our lifes. In my case, it has made me ask me a lot of questions: How healthy is follow the routine? Continue reading

Invictus

This is my favorite poem. It was written by William Ernst Henley in 1875. I heard it for the first time when I watched the movie with the same name. This movie was directed by Clint Eastwood and starred by Matt Damon and Morgan Freeman.

In the movie, they say that this was a poem which the President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela recited in his most difficult days in prison. He was imprisoned for 25 years without a good reason.

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Ladies and Gentlemen: Welcome to Mulieres Aequanimitas

The main idea of this blog is to promote the participation and the teamwork between women. Although this blog is not just to be reading by women.

We will discuss several themes like health, culture, programming and anything else we find interesting.

The name of the blog “Mulieres aequanimitas” is a translation from Latin and it means “equanimus women”, which is in essence is women that try to collaborate in an objective and equitable way.

The more people we have, the better. You’re welcome to add a comment or remark if you want. You can contact us by e-mail if you want to be part of our group.