Edson Nelson Soares Botelho

Mudamos os políticos, não a política 


(Edson Nelson Soares Botelho)

We go to construct a world where

it has more justice, fraternity, peace

between the people and much solidarity.

This is not a fancy e nor I speak with

precipitation. If each one to make a little,

soon we will be a nation where a pretty

one will have more heart.

With the Grace and Peace of God

in its heart.


(Edson Nelson Soares Botelho)

The passing breeze

Involving my face

The breeze passes quickly

And laugh at my hair

It is the breeze of beauty of love

Indicating the way I should go

Most of all is the love charm

What does joy everyday

The breeze passes petting

Giving feeling the love

Helping to feel the magic of love

Living in reality

Feeling the scent of flowers

Attracted youth in the garden of love


There are two basic motivating forces: fear and love.

When we are afraid, we pull back from life. When we

are in love, we open to all that life has to offer with

passion, excitement, and acceptance. We need to learn

to love ourselves first, in all our glory and our

imperfections. If we cannot love ourselves, we

cannot fully open to our ability to love others or

our potential to create. Evolution and all hopes

for a better world rest in the fearlessness and

open-hearted vision of people who embrace life


Message for the World Day of Peace, I wish to offer to

everyone, individuals and peoples, my best wishes for

a life filled with joy and hope. In the heart of every man

and woman is the desire for a full life, including that

irrepressible longing for fraternity which draws us to

fellowship with others and enables us to see them not as

enemies or rivals, but as brothers and sisters to be 

accepted. GOD BLESS

A pessoa que venceu na vida é aquela

que viveu bem, riu muitas vezes e amou 

muito.  Que conquistou o respeito dos 

outros, inteligência e o amor a vida.

(Edson Nelson Soares Botelho)

O homem, desejando ser grande, confunde 

o foco da sua busca,  quando pensa que o 

problema está no quanto se é pequeno e 

não no quanto se é vazio.

(Edson Nelson Soares Botelho)