LISTENING TO THE LAST MESSAGES OF BISHOP MACEDO ABOUT BEING STRONG, MAKING A GREAT EFFORT, I REMEMBERED THE TIME WHEN I STUDIED IN JAPAN.

  And something that soon came to mind was the translation of the word “luck.” In Japanese they would use: “Ganbatte,” which means “strive,” but not a small effort, ganbatte means putting all your strength, giving your all, your best. In Japanese there is no word for good luck. At school, teachers teach us to …

LISTENING TO THE LAST MESSAGES OF BISHOP MACEDO ABOUT BEING STRONG, MAKING A GREAT EFFORT, I REMEMBERED THE TIME WHEN I STUDIED IN JAPAN. Read More »