O melhor do meu dia [The best of my day]

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Ha pessoas que passam pela nossa vida e vao embora. Outras ha, que vem e nunca mais partem e depois ha aquelas a quem perdemos o rasto – nos caminhos sinuosos da vida – mas de quem nos lembramos de tempos a tempos e nos perguntamos o que andarao a fazer. Sao aquelas pessoas que, apesar de ausentes, coloriram a nossa vida tempo suficiente e por isso nem essa ausencia apaga a saudade. Hoje, um amigo antigo mas que vou vendo pelo Facebook, publicou uma fotografia tirada ontem com o meu amigo perdido. Parece que esta a viver em Mocambique e nao e nada dedicado a redes sociais (nao tem Facebook). O email dele, contudo, ja tenho e a ideia de retomar o contacto com este –  tao querido – amigo perdido, aqueceu a minha noite.

 

There are people who pass through our lives and leave. Others come and never go away and then there are those who we have lost track of – amidst the winding paths of life – but who, from time to time, we remember of and we wonder what has happened to them. Those are the people who, even though they are absent, coloured our lives long enough and not even this absence will erase how much we miss them. Today, an old friend to whom I am connected to through Facebook, published a photo taken yesterday with another friend, a lost friend of mine. It seems that he is living in Mozambique and is not very keen on social networks (he doesn’t have a Facebook profile). However, I already have his email address and the idea of getting back in touch with such a lovely friend, warmed up my evening.

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