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4 ''Ps"

Father Poet

The 4 “Ps”


  1. P – Responsible Parenthood
  2. P – Pacifism
  3. P – Poetry
  4. P – Bread



1. Responsible Parenthood

The greatest among the 4 “Ps”.

Father Poet creates one or more lives in a tastier partnership with a beloved woman. See the new little lives flourishing, progressing and acting in this enigmatic and potentially cheerful world.

Always give the example. Make an example. Make life work ... At the eyes of little ones they someday will look backwards ... Exercising the exercise of healthy sacrifice exchange of personal life options to energize, on a fruitful and operational way, the options and needs of the little ones.

Talking about animals, Peter Pan, Snow White, football and music ... fashion - and also about the enigmas of life and death. Place in those tiny lives the taste for poetry - as a life tool.

Creating life. Rotating the wheel of life ... Pulling life with all forces and launch it in blazing catapult of health, honesty and joy. As to joy, as Nietchze, the philosopher, used to say,: "Dance always. The day you do not dance is a lost day ".

Be proactive. Be a Father Poet. Pacific, Father, Bread maker–, Poet.

Father Poet with an upper case “P”.


2. Pacifism

Father Poet believes in poetry as a tool for personal and social transformation. The beauty of life appears in poetry. The characters of poetic texts become friends, life examples and confidants of Father Poet. Pacifism to Father Poet is looking at the conflict under an existential asymmetric prisma, in order to always stop the violent action. "Leave the answer for the next day," so it can forget the way back and never materialize.

Using word as a defensive weapon. Listening more than talking. Using the principle of Buddhism: "Perhaps no living being needs to suffer."

Endure suffering aiming at its administration towards the perpetuation of life and not the implementation of sudden or programmed death of a living being.

Being a pacifist is not being weak. It’s using the mind and not physical strength. Solving conflicts also thinking in improving the world around oneself. Thinking of Planet Earth and its inhabitants.

Pacifism is not a weakness! It is the willingness to listen, wake up the minds suffocated by daily stress, discuss ideas and condemn all kinds of personal, individual or collective violence.

Father Poet, the poetry - your greatest tool - it is peaceful and for that  the world yearns for it.


3. Poetry

Poetry is the music played on words. The combinations of verses in stanzas, and stanzas that in the succession and on a crescendo - like in a symphony - bring bliss in the mind that carefully reads the poetic text and, like in an ocean tide, has the mind transported to a universe of rewarding feelings. The poetic text takes us to our own hidden interior, with the magic key and leads us, like a flood of emotions - which culminate in the absorption of ideas and unconscious representations of manifold composition in order to exercise those emotions. Poetry is the food of the soul and, as well as physical food strengthens the muscle and skeletal body, poetry stirs up "muscles" of the brain, causing their growth, leading to the exercise of an accumulation of sensory experiences of the poets, releasing them to our own world, now transmuted into an avalanche of original creations and positive behaviors.

Father Poet. Poet and father. Always using poetry as a tool. Build, build always ... Erect a building of good behavior, an endless journey in the beneficent glory of the consolidation of a positive and beautiful life!


4. Bread

Father Poet is a baker by profession. A baker who makes bread and poetry. Father Poets of Brasilia, chosen by him, are amateur or professional bakers and diligent poets...

The bread is linked to the rise of civilization. Man on the threshold of history discovers that the mass of wheat and water can be ingested, and, and . .. it feeds!

Later in time, he observed that a fungus called saccharomyces cerevisiae, a yeast, can digest starch by splitting it into carbon dioxide and alcohol, stuffing the wheat dough. When taken to heat, these compounds are released and the bread becomes porous and more digestible.

Only in Ancient Greece were cataloged 70 types of breads. The Egyptians 2,500 years ago already mastered the making of breads and cakes.

In the Middle Ages the bread was made at home and a cross was placed on top of the dough, accompanied by a prayer and a request to stay cookable.

With the outbreak of modern bakeries, bakers dismissed the cross and pray and started relying on technology.

In France today one can classify a table by the quality of its bread.

The French baguette is a symbol of the country. It was created in 1840 and measures 80 centimeters long.

The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends that people eat 50 kg of bread per year. The country consuming more bread is Morocco with 100 kg per person per year.

There are many types of Bread, among which:

  • Arabic flat bread
  • Matzot bread
  • Loaf bread
  • French roll
  • Traditional Portuguese bread
  • Mixed bread
  • Heart bread
  • Grape bread
  • Potato bread
  • Manioc bread
  • Grain bread
  • Starch bread
  • Rye bread


Therefore, bread is one of the engines of life, of existence in society and one of the tools that stabilized man, taking it from wandering and so allowing a cultural base and emerging technology, allowing a supply of a noble and always available food.

Bread feeds physical life.

Poetry feeds intellectual and emotional life.

The taste of delicious bread excites the mind. The sound of poetic verses makes intellectual life tastier and therefore profitable.

Thank you, Father Poet. Thank you for your ability to produce the bread. Thanks also for the harmony of your poems. Thank you, life thanks you!