‘Banho de floresta’ na Copa do Mundo | ‘Forest Bathing’ in the World Cup

Apenas shinrin-yoku para me acalmar hoje depois de assistir meu amado México perder para o meu amado Brasil em um jogo tenso, eliminatória, da Copa do Mundo. A prática japonesa de banho de floresta tem benefícios comprovados para a saúde, então eu fiz uma curta caminhada até o Parque Lage do restaurante nem-tão-mexicano que recebia a minúscula comunidade mexicana do Rio de Janeiro. Não me canso da beleza do parque, nem de torcer para o México.

Ahora ni modos: Avante Brasil!

Only shinrin-yoku to calm me down today after watching my beloved México lose to my beloved Brasil in a tense, eliminatory game of the World Cup. The Japanese practice of forest bathing has proven health benefits, so I took the short walk to Parque Lage from the not-so-Mexican restaurant that hosted the miniscule Mexican community in Brazil. I never tire of the beauty of the park, nor do I tire of cheering for Mexico.

‘Ahora ni modos’: Go Brasil!

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A native of Chicago, Ricky Toledano has lived in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for over twenty years as a writer, translator and teacher. [a]multipicity is multi-lingual collection of reflections through the humanities.

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