Cozy place, with friendly and affectionate people. Always ready to give you a helping hand, listen to you and accompany you. This is how this generous land for many years was filled with immigrants: Portuguese, Chinese, Arabs, Italians, Colombians, Ecuadorians, Argentines, Chileans; and keep naming to be added if I didn't mention your place of origin! little by little we opened the doors to everyone who came. It is that we Venezuelans love to listen to someone with a different accent; and say my friend the Chinese, my compadre (godfather at my son) the Portuguese or my corduroy the Argentine Ché!!
Yo! hoy me sumo con especial agrado, sin mayor invitación; más que la de expresar mi Amor por Venezuela a este maravilloso concurso de la comunidad OCD, para el cuál si deseas unirte te agregas primeramente a Home Edders Community y recuerdas que todos estaos aquí para sumar en positivo, cambiar el enfoque y aportar a todos aquellos que nos leen, te apunto las bases del concurso Aquí OCD
I! Today I join with special pleasure, without further invitation; more than expressing my Love for Venezuela to this wonderful contest of the OCD community, for which if you want to join you first add yourself to Home Edders Community and remember that we are all here to add positively, change the focus and contribute to all those who read us, I point you the bases of the contest Here OCD
Perhaps I begin my entry in this way because I am a mixture of those wonderful cultures that met in this prodigious land, and fell in love in their historical moment, I am talking about my Venezuelan lands.
I tell you! My Colombian father, a native of Socorro, came on foot from Colombia to Venezuela 60 years ago (just as Venezuelan backpackers go to other countries today), today he is going to turn 76, and here he is, working on his brassware and painting at least three times a year, because it is the job that comes to him and with which he can at his age. My Italian mother, born in Reggio-Calabria. My grandparents came to Venezuela first, she stayed in a convent where she learned crafts and art for young ladies.
BUCARAMANGA- COLOMBIA - AÑO 2019- RUMBO AL SOCORRO CON MI PAPÁ //HEADING TO SOCORRO WITH MY DAD
Ten years later they sent for her. My mother traveled with a nun when she was 11 years old by boat from Italy to Venezuela to reunite with her parents. Why am I telling you this! Because what we live today was also lived in other times, other countries and other people, I give you faith of it!
Adapt, find improvement in the midst of chaos and experiment for progress is our responsibility, in #hive you can achieve it. Take advantage of this space of opportunities...
Returning to the topic, I! I love eating potatoes and rice in all their presentations, as well as pasticho, pizza and turdiles!!.My charming Tropical country allows you to sow in its fertile lands throughout the year and enjoy whatever you want because the seasons do not affect us in greater proportion.
Of course! That you will listen to whoever tells you that there are no seeds for sale, and yes there are, they are very expensive! They make you a whole list of complaints; But my humble family and I learned to select 95% fertile seeds of Corn, milky, chili, tomatoes, paprika, zucchini, cucumber and pumpkin. We even bought some goats, rabbits and chickens; for breeding, sale and consumption. Everything has its cycle of sale, production and consumption. But the wonderful thing is that we learned to do our thing, to cultivate, fertilize the land, select the seed and sow.
Escolares de la zona visitando la minigranja con la maestra 🐾Schoolchildren from the area visiting the mini-farm with the teacher.
For now we do not have large tracts of cultivated land, but what little progress we have made would not have been achieved if we continued to wait for the greengrocers to supply; and meanwhile we complain because we are in the middle of a pandemic and land traffic is closed for free passage of food.
Imagine if in our country it snowed, you witnessed tornado season, constant earthquakes, cold waves that would not let you leave the house and you had to take forecasts for long months...What would you do Venezuelan?
Mi Maravilloso país tropical te permite ir a la playa cualquier fin de semana y cultivar lo que quieras en todas las épocas del año.
My Wonderful Tropical Country allows you to go to the beach any weekend and grow whatever you want at all times of the year.
I don't have to wait for the season to prepare my typical dish: The Pavilion! Composed of shredded meat, beans, rice and slice. Its consumption is of the utmost importance to nourish my children, although they also adore the bean soup with the heart of the arepa. They are taught to be grateful and savor the sweet pleasure of eating as a family, without complaining or conforming, but they learn to eat a little of everything to have a complete and balanced diet.
Comida saludable hecha en casa 🍲 Healthy homemade food
The reality regarding the cost of food or food in my country, is the following; Here the sellers adjusted everything to $1 daily, that is, each product costs you a dollar. A kilo of rice or a kilo of bread flour costs you a dollar. The basic salary of any professional is very poor (in all areas). Therefore, each citizen adjusted their trades or the provision of their particular services such as: hairdresser, manicurist, teachers, domestic, bricklayer, mechanic, among others at the price of the daily dollar.
La mayoría de los venezolanos conserva un empleo y presta sus servicios de manera particular para complementar la compra de sus alimentos. La gran mayoría aprendió a balancear y ajustar su vida a la dolarización diaria.
Most Venezuelans keep a job and provide their services in a private way to complement the purchase of their food. The vast majority learned to balance and adjust their lives to daily dollarization.
The Venezuelan Hivers have the advantage of creating publications and obtaining profits in $Hive, $HBD and $Leo by writing to @leofinance, that we can later change to our local currency the bolivar. Currently we do not have the culture, the trust, or the appropriate technology for the use of cryptocurrencies in our daily lives; But those of us who are at the forefront and trust the blockchain today aspire to reach that evolution at some point not too far away, to improve our quality of life, increase our profits, and promote the use of cryptocurrencies in Venezuela.
The educational levels in my country are like in many places; in trial and error; We know that the pandemic was something that took us unexpectedly, but I see how teachers make an effort to send the activities to the students in all their areas; in a virtual way, in writing, even in a personal way. On one occasion, my daughter's teacher had her phone broken and she herself manually transcribed the activities into 18 sheets, one for each student, and went to each house to distribute them. Teachers in my country have maintained the educational rhythm despite not having the best economic and pedagogical resources for a 100% effective distance education.
Universities offer distance careers at the moment (virtually) with a decreased number of students in terms of their enrollment per classroom; There is a discouragement on the part of adolescents to train in university careers, or in other cases, many university teachers are outside the country or are dedicated to giving private classes. Although my 17-year-old son was also discouraged, we all injected him with a dose of Love, enthusiasm and Responsibility, and today he is already in his second semester of social communication at the UNERG in San Juan de los Morros. His activities are very complete and I consider that the academic content he is seeing is in line with his career.
The lack of investment in this educational sector cannot lead us parents to discourage our children from living the study process happily. Encourage yourself to carry out the pedagogical activities with your little one at home.We are also responsible for this process.
Our cultures and traditions define us in every corner of Venezuela as happy and spontaneous beings. From the celebration of the Carnivals with the drum dance and the visit of the beaches, the processions in Holy Week to pray in family union and pray for our country, until each birthday that we do not miss to share with the family.
Arriba mi Venezuela Querida! Los Alegres y Talentosos somos Más!
Up my Dear Venezuela! The Cheerful and Talented are More!
So far my participation I hope you have enjoyed the reading, The one that I presented to you is my country and that is how you live in it.
Además de Invitarte a conocer un Hivers maravilloso, ejemplo de Juventud, Constancia, disciplina y Talento de mi País; del cual tomé la imagen para la portada de mi post(Bandera de Venezuela). No Olvides leer su Historia acá @olivarescfc🚀
In addition to inviting you to meet a wonderful Hivers, an example of Youth, Constancy, discipline and Talent of my Country; from which I took the image for the cover of my post (Flag of Venezuela).Don't forget to read its Story here@olivarescfc🚀**
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