Wednesday, November 27, 2013


Wish ALL of you a "Happy Time" with your families and friends.
A time to reflect on what you have...
A time to be grateful...
A time for everything you have accomplished...
A time to feel proud...
A time to spread love.
Happy Thanksgiving!

Monday, November 25, 2013

To Be Aware

Remember to remember means remember to be aware. Remember to be aware in this moment right now. Being aware is seeing everything around you, hearing everything around you, feeling everything around you, and being completely focused on what you are doing right now.
Most people bring what they do not want because they are not aware that they are listening to the thoughts in their heads about the past and the future. They are not even aware that they are being hypnotized by those thoughts, and are therefore living their life unconsciously.
When you remember to be aware, you are aware immediately. You just have to remember to remember!
 Rhonda Byrne

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

How can our thoughts affects

If a person is focused on illness then they are inadvertently attracting more illness to them. On the other hand, if a person focuses more on health than illness, then the law of attraction must obey and produce health. The principles of the law of attraction are a powerful tool to summon the healing power within us, and can be used as an aid in total harmony with all of the wonderful medical procedures that are available today.
Remember that if there were no healing power within us, nothing could be healed.
Rhonda Byrne

Sunday, November 17, 2013

A Special Thanks to All Americans

This is a very special thanks to all Americans
and non- Americans that live in this country and read my blog constantly.
I am an American but was not born here, I was born in Brazil but have been in the U.S for 38 years.
So I  have been living here most of my life.

Americans always wants to help, to respect their country, to have their freedom and believe me it takes a while to get to know Americans but when you make friends you make true ones.

I will speak on my blog about the United States of America, I will talk about each city in the U.S. I love this country and I love Americans, so you guys can see that I also love myself because I am an American. 

It will take a while to talk about the U.S because I am actually writing about Traveling the World, so I am really writing for Americans that would love to travel abroad. At the end I will tell everyone about traveling in the U.S.

In the U.S you learn about being honest and truthful, people respect you and your privacy. Law works.
Beautiful places to go and live, in a big city to a small town on the suburbs.
Anyway, Thank you Americans for reading my blog more then anyone in the World.

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Brief History of Hungary

During the first century, the Romans widened the border of their empire towards the Danube and set up defensive positions along the border, including that area now called Budapest. Around that fortress a city developed. Remains of that Roman city can  be found at today's Óbuda (stone roads, amphitheatres, bastions, and fortresses). At the end of the 4th century the Roman's withdrew and the area came under the control of Hun, Longobard and Avar rule.
By the end of the 9th century, the Hungarians occupied the Pest part of the city.
Toward the end of the 13th century, the invading Mongols destroyed most of the old cities of Pest and Óbuda, leaving the Tatar tribe of the Mongolian Horde in charge. After the Tartars left the country, the Buda castle was built and became the royal residence and citizen area, while Pest operated as a commercial centre.

In the 15th century, Buda became the political, cultural and artistic centre of contemporary Europe. The Royal Palace was rebuilt, a library, a printing house and a college were opened. From the 16th century the city stood under the rule of the Turkish Empire, and became an Asian-type, Eastern city. Apart from the world famous Turkish Baths few remarkable monuments were raised during this period.

From the end of the 17th century Budapest was rebuilt step by step. The today's town hall and most of the baroque churches were erected during this period. The Royal Palace has been also renewed. Buda remained the administrative center while Pest grew as the industrial and commercial center of the country. At the first half of the 19th century, the Chain Bridge was erected, tightening the link between Buda and Pest.
Then in 1848 the Austrian-Hungarian Monarchy was established and the city's flourished. In 1873 Buda, Pest and Óbuda united as Budapest. Budapest continued to develop adding municipal infrastructure to support its growth., eventually competing with Vienna as the cultural center of Europe.

During the World Warn II, most of the city was ruined or damaged, the bridges were all destroyed. The Soviet Union enforced a Communist Regime and began to rebuild Budapest.

In 1956, students led the Hungarian Uprising, a spontaneous, nationwide revolt against the imposed communist government and The Soviet troops and tanks put down the revolt and inflicted considerable destruction again in Budapest. Now, as an independent nation, Hungary and its capital, Budapest are flourishing again.

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

About Fear

The tighter you try and hold on to something that you are afraid of losing, the more you are pushing it away. Those thoughts are filled with fear, and if you continue to persist, what you fear the most will come upon you.
Fear nothing - just think about what you want. It feels so much better!
Rhonda Byrne