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Christina Breault Chalréo translates and publishes the communication of several authors from English to Portuguese and vice versa. She also offers web development services including, but not limited to, website design and setup, email design and distribution, document production for printing or web publication. Christina Chalréo Breault has over twenty-five years of experience in the software industry and she’s specialized in digital document layout and graphic user interface (GUI) design. She’s a college graduated Web Designer and a specialist in information architecture with expertise knowledge in usability rules compliance. In addition, Christina is bilingual in English and (Brazilian) Portuguese, fluently speaking, reading and writing in both languages. Christina Chalréo Breault was born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She moved to the United States in January of 1986, at age of 23, where she’s been residing since. She’s now a divorced mother of two adult daughters and grandmother of a beautiful girl born in March of 2013. View Christina’s professional resume in his link.

The Devil ~//~ O Diabo

The Devil ~//~ O Diabo

In American-English:

“The “devil” is a fictional character made up (and perpetuated) by insecure humans who want to control other insecure humans. There’s a lot of power in fear, isn’t there? There shouldn’t be, because, really, what fear is, is power-less. If you understood Source, as we do, you would never fashion such fiction because there is only Well-Being that flows from that which is your Source.”

~ Abraham

Em Português-Brasileiro:

“O “diabo” é um personagem ficcional criado (e perpetuado) por humanos inseguros que querem controlar outros humanos inseguros. Há bastante potência no medo, não é mesmo? Não deveria haver, porque, realmente, o medo é sem poder. Se vocês compreendessem a Fonte, tal como fazemos, vocês nunca fariam moda desta ficção porque somente Bem-Estar flui daquilo que é a sua Fonte.”

~ Abraham [Traduzido por Christina Chalréo Breault]

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