Brazilian Days 326
Dia (Universal) da Música/ Dia do Músico (Music/ Musician).
Dia da Liberdade (Freedom).
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Jay Milder was born in Omaha, Nebraska in 1934. His ancestry connects him to the Baal Shem Tov (1698-1760), the patriarch of Hasidism and mystical Judaism, and the Hasidic mystic Rebbe Nachman (1772-1810) of Breslov, who founded a branch of Hasidic Judaism that emphasizes joy and intensity in living life through God. 2,830 more words
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Director Paulo Sotero opened and moderated an event entitled, “Big Energy Question: What Does the Future Hold for Brazil’s Energy Picture?” in São Paulo last week.
Note: I returned Nov. 7 from nearly two weeks on a medical missions boat in Brazil with the Central Brazil Mission. Before departing, I prayed that I’d have the time, energy, and opportunity to write about the trip—and then I was invited to be the diarist for the journey. 340 more words