Chronic Rhythm

The strokes of the cane had the rhythm of its heart. There it went the old one, short steps, lost cloudy eyes in the time, hitting strong its cane. Body arcado for its almost one hundred years. Come of its country, when child, early learned the treatment of the land. Each storaged of the cane came back to the time that cavoucava to sow. It had much to count, to teach, but nobody to hear, to learn, then it beat the cane as form of if communicating, to be noticed, to be perceived. More day, little day, would leave.

Tired, it tried to say with the strokes, the importance of the work of that they cultivate with love for the sustenance of that, comfortably they harvest its foods in the shelves of quitandas and of the supermarkets. Vine it an old concern. There without sidewalk to beat the cane, as if to communicate with God? What to speak, on its existence and accomplishments? How many talentos to return to the creator if everything what it made in the life it was to cultivate, to sow and spoon? Afluam to say to it of its father on: ' ' The equal importance of one high pine in the top of the mountain and a fragile one vegetation in the deep one of one vale' '. ' ' It had one alone benefactor of the fed humanity if with what he produces, already would have I validate the penalty existncia' '. It learned to sow to take care of of the plantation with affection, love and devotion, therefore cantigas to sing to sleep of its mother said that an angel would harvest optimum fruit to take the God in the sky.

Optimum producer would be awardee, directly for It in the special day. The message transmitted with vigorous beating of the cane was: It makes, always makes. It will have who can make better that you, but make. It always looks for to make optimum. ' ' Each one contributes as it considered in its heart; not with sadness, nor for constaint; because God loves what of the one with alegria' '. Bible does not import if nobody noticing. It sees it to god. ' ' A foot farmer is greater that a noble of joelhos' '. (Benjamin Franklin).