I can see clearly now, the rain is gone I can see all obstacles in my way Gone are the dark clouds that had me blind It’s gonna be a bright, bright, sunshiny day I think I can make it now, the pain is gone All of the bad feelings have disappeared Here is that rainbow I’ve been praying for It’s gonna be a bright, bright, sunshiny day Look all around, there’s nothing but blue skies Look straight ahead, nothing but blue skies I can see clearly now, the rain is gone I can see all obstacles in my way Gone are the dark clouds that had me blind It’s gonna be a bright, bright, sunshiny day
To achieve a harmonious life, the Taoists propagated a curious recommendation: wuwei, or do by not doing. In our action-oriented society, not doing something is under-appreciated. Of course, not doing isn’t the same as doing nothing. Wu wei is the art of taking the right action at the right moment to allow what is to be, in all its glory. For the modern cook, however, it isn’t easy to prepare a satisfying meal from ingredients that are watery, unripe and tasteless because they’re shipped from afar or come from a can or the freezer. Thankfully, there’s arugula, which allows us to experience the wu wei principle immediately. It’s as simple as cutting it and putting it into your mouth. If you’d like to glean more lessons from arugula, grow it yourself in a pot or in your garden. Once the plant has formed rosettes, snip off the top, leaving a height of one inch (three centimeters); it’ll grow back. Those spicy leaves are good with just about anything. Sprinkle them over your salad, soup, pasta or stir-fry dish. If you’ve missed the right moment to act, not to worry. The little flowers are also edible. And if you missed your opportunity to harvest the flowers, allow the plant to form seeds and try again. Where else would you find such a friendly teacher who gives you so many second chances?
Eu não sei se vem de Deus do céu ficar azul Ou virá dos olhos teus essa cor que azuleja o dia Se acaso anoitecer e o céu perder o azul Entre o mar e o entardecer alga marinha Vá na maresia buscar ali um cheiro de azul Essa cor não sai de mim bate e finca pé A sangue de rei até o sol nascer amarelinho Queimando mansinho, cedinho, cedinho Corre e vá dizer pro meu benzinho Um dizer assim o amor é azulzinho
It takes a crane to build a crane It takes two floors to make a story It takes an egg to make a hen It takes a hen to make an egg There is no end to what I'm saying It takes a thought to make a word And it takes some words to make an action And it takes some work to make it work It takes some good to make it hurt It takes some bad for satisfaction Ah la la la la la la life is wonderful Ah la la la la la la life goes full circle Ah la la la la life is wonderful Ah la la la la la It takes a night to make it dawn And it takes a day to make you young brother And it takes some old to make you young It takes some cold to know the sun It takes the one to have the other And it takes no time to fall in love But it takes you years to know what love is And it takes some fears to make you trust It takes those tears to make it rust It takes the dust to have it polished Ah la la la la la la life is wonderful Ah la la la la la la life goes full circle Ah la la la la la la life is wonderful Ah la la la la It takes some silence to make sound And it takes a loss before you found it And it takes a road to go nowhere It takes a toll to make you care It takes a hole to make a mountain Ah la la la la la life is wonderful Ah la la la la la life goes full circle Ah la la la la la la life is wonderful Ah la la la la la life is meaningful Ah la la la la la la life is wonderful Ah la la la la la it is so meaningful…
along with forever goes my mistakeao lado do sempre está o meu erro and stuffed into never lies yourso que tem recheado o nunca é o teu shall we make it right just for now?que tal a gente acertar só no agora?
ENGLISH IS COOL tem um som parecido com ENGLISH SCHOOL.
Este blog se dispõe a olhar com humor alguns aspectos
da língua inglesa sem a menor pretensão de ser escola,
mas só ver se descola seu interesse em aprendê-la.