100.000 STEEM for VENEZUELA

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100.000 STEEM for VENEZUELA

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Dear Steemians and friends from Venezuela,

My introduce: I am Mexican and my name is Edgar and known by some of my followers as @edgarare1 for now living in Oaxaca City, Mexico.

Introduction:
A friend of mine were talking about the big problems in VENEZUELA, her name is YOSSI, she is not on Steemit, She was talking about the economy and the problems in her Country and why she decided to move to my place, GUADALAJARA JALISCO, MEXICO.. And I believe they deserve extra attention and support.

Many people are having problems in VENEZUELA to get a better economic future and how to support their families.

We are all looking for new alternatives to be in a better economic situation, but this is very difficult to achieve if we do not have the skills that are needed to be a good leader and get a better job.

Knowing these difficult times that Venezuela is going through. the technology and the blockchain is an alternative for all and a future in which some economic resources can be obtained, but this also take some time to be able to achieve it.

Many people are looking for help in the Steemit community when they are new in the platform, but nobody turns to see them, there are few people with gratitude and the mission to help others but sometimes it is very difficult to find them.

100.000 STEEM as a GIFT.

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100.000 STEEM as a GIFT. Distributed for @steem-bounty, just people from VENEZUELA, it is not important if your SP is high or low ... The important thing is that you have to be from VENEZUELA.

I want to give it to you as a support and keep you motivated, and know that there are people who are still here to help. I know it's not too much, but I've decided to help more people and not just one. Some people say that something is better than nothing...!!!

The only thing you have to do is:
Just leave a comment with the entry ººVENEZUELAºº and talk a little about the problems you have in your Country (Venezuela) and I will review your blog and decide at the end of this post who will grant the Steems after seven days with an upvote on the comment.

Ps: If you are not from VENEZUELA, feel free to comment, I always read, reply and upvote all of them ...!!!

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Venezuelan Economic Crisis:
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https://steemit.com/economics/@reverseacid/venezuelan-economic-crisis-an-outsider-s-perspective

A lot of Hugs ...

@edgarare1

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Saludos, @edgarare1
Un gesto muy hermoso de tu parte. Lo aplaudo y lo apoyo. Como ya te has percatado, son muchos los Venezolanos que hacemos vida en Steemit, contra todos los obstáculos (internet, electricidad, robos de telefonos y computadoras, etc.). Creo que todas las regiones de nuestro país estan representadas acá.

ººVENEZUELAºº
My name is Henrry Lezama. I am from a small town on the east coast of the State of Sucre (North-east of the country). I am 46 years old. I have 5 children. My elder son is living now in Lima, Perú (I was unable to get him through college). My elder daughter is finishing High School in June (we are planning to send her to Chile with some aunts, there are no universities left here for her to study and even if there were, we’d not be able to afford it). I have been planning to leave the country too, but due to many complications we have not been able to do it. Until last semester, I was a college professor at the Universidad de Oriente (UDO), but was forced to just give up my work given the increasing difficulties to continue teaching.
In this post, I provided a retrospective account of our particular situation.

https://steemit.com/ulog/@hlezama/ulog-025-or-academic-genocide

Education, in all areas, is probably (after the health system tragedy) the most dramatic aspect of the crisis we are living.
The damaged that has inflicted on the generation of students who have attended schools in the last 15 years is, to a certain extent, irreparable. They lost their formative years in a system that was more concerned with ideological indoctrination than with a truly formative and liberating education. The public, independent universities were the only standing body to resist that. That’s why they had to be demolished. And demolished they were.

There are so many layers in this crisis and they are so intermingled that it's hard to find a starting point. One thing affects the other and everything ends up failing. I saw my work hindered by things such as funding (our universities stopped receiving the adequate funding to invest in equipment and infrastructure), but then things went to extremes of not having the most basic things available for students and faculty to do their work. No cafeteria, no library, no computers, no internet, no auditorium, no transportation, no bathrooms!; then crime started to escalate. Assaults, robberies, rapes, even assassinations became “normal” in campus life (no authority would do anything about it, again, the ruining was intentional). We started to give up everything and still continued trying to do our work. But at some point when you don’t have a classroom, when your students can’t afford to copy a handout, when they can’t come to class because they are hungry or can’t walk miles to get to class, and then you simply realize there are no students registered because most of them have left the country, then you know you’re done as a nation.

As of today, for instance, university professors across the country have not received their payment of this month (first fortnight), a payment that, by the way, amounts to some $5. On average, a university professor makes about $10 a month.
Before the revolution started to intentionally ruin the university system and the whole economy, we competed among Latin-American countries for not only the best salary but also the best education.
As it has been evidenced by the first wave of migration that started under Chavez's tenure, we were able to train the best professionals in the region.
At the moment, most public universities are stagnated, technically closed and the few that remain operative (UCV, LUZ, ULA) are doing it under enormous political pressure and under precarious circumstances.

I have been on Steemit for 15 months now and I started here just looking for extra money because we were literally starving. It has not worked out quite well in that aspect. The combination of a bear market for cryptos and our outrageous inflation rate makes it impossible to get any significant economic aid. However, during all these months, I have found amazing people who not only show solidarity for our cause, but also encourage any talent we may have and have pushed us to developed unknown talents.
From this window to the world, I have tried to provide the insider’s view so needed in times of censorship and fake news. There is a lot of misinformation about our crisis and there are a lot of conflicting interests among groups that might be helping otherwise, but who are so concerned to remain faithful to their ideological agenda, they forget about the justice agenda.

We can only hope that our debacle will serve as an example for other countries who might be flirting with promises similar to the ones we got, from people with discourses, links, and agendas similar to the ones held by the chavismo, to stay away from them and avoid a fate similar to ours. To that effect, to leave living proofs of the immensity of our tragedy, and to continue feeling alive, I write on Steemit.

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So very sorry for the situation you and others in your country are in. I really hope things turn around soon, though I am afraid there will be much turmoil no matter what happens. It seems that world is full of "politicians" who want nothing but there own way, instead of wanting what is best for the majority.

Proud member of #powerhousecreatives

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Thanks. Can't agree more. The irony of our times. So much "progress", so much legislation to protect the weak", so many backward ideas alledgedly overcome, so much communication (which allegedly would render manipulation of hiding of truths impossible), and here we are, no better than any other point n history when it comes to the relationship between the goverment and the governed.

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Hello @toddrjohnson thanks for coming...

Thanks a lot for showing your support to @hlezama

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@hlezama I applaud your courage to enlighten the world to the real situation and not what is fed to us through the news media. May God bless you and your family today and every day.

Above all, please be safe.

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Hello @dswigle thanks for coming

Thanks a lot for showing your support to @hlezama

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The pleasure is mine.

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@hlezama, I don't even know what to say! I've been following the "situation" in Venezuela for a long time now, and just can't believe that it's all happening. I'm so sorry that you and your family and so many others are living this nightmare. I'm still hoping that things improve for the entire country. Thank you for your courage and honesty here. Big hugs to you and yours!

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Thank you very much. Even here, some people do not know what to say (and actually remain speechless) and do not believe we've fallen so low. "I never thought we could hit bottom", they say, only to find themselves later saying, "when I thought things could not get any worse... this crap happened..."

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Often people choose silence when they're uncomfortable I guess; I'd rather try and occasionally put my foot in my mouth :) I was thinking that "it can't get worse", but unfortunately, history and man's inhumanity has proven otherwise time and time again. My heart is with you and yours and everyone affected.

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Thanks. Good thing history has also given us examples of miraculous recoveries. I stick to those cases when desperation knocks.

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I will do the same :)

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Hello @lynncoyle1 thanks a lot for coming..

Thanks a lot for showing your support to @hlezama

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You're most welcome @edgarare1 :)

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I admit it's hard to hear what is happening in Venezuela. My sister-in-law is from Venezuela. She's actually in the process of moving her mother here. I guess she was lucky she moved to the US about 8 yrs ago to go to school. Hopefully someone will figure out the answer to start putting the pieces back together.

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Upvotes, commented and resteemed.

Best of luck @hlezama we are rooting for you.

Gaz

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Wishing you luck and may your people endure to see a new age and you are allowed to rebuild.

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Thank you very much. A new age will come, we're sure of that. Hopefully, we'll be around to see it.

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Hello @manoldonchev thanks a lot for showing your support ....

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It's for all of you, of course. Words is what we can give you and I hope sometimes some words prove powerful enough.

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Good luck through these difficult times.

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Hello @c0ff33a

Thanks a lot for showing your support to @hlezama

That´s awesome...!!

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I am so sorry to hear of your situation, it is hard to believe that any ruling party could put their country to ruin. It must be tremendously difficult to have your livelihood eroded away from you. Thank goodness you have the courage to make the effort to change your circumstances and those of your family!
Do take care and I hope you have a change of circumstances soon!

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Nice to hear from you @porters ...

Thanks a lot for your comment and support all Venezuelan people ...

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!tip

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Hello @xcountrytravelers thanks for coming..

Thanks a lot for showing your support to @hlezama

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I am truly lost for words
I have a Venezuelan friend who has lived here for close to 30 years, who every now and then would be upset, depressed, angry for what's happening back home and to her family there.
It is really sad.
I really hope for the best that you find your way out of this mess

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Thank you. It does upset that much, even when people have been away so long. I know people who would rather not read or watch news/reports to avoid getting depressed. I have tried to interspersed my blog with things other than the political and economical crisis, but I find myself scratching the would, even when I talk about (seemlingly) unrelated matters.
I appreciate your support

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It is consuming and affecting everyone there for sure
Her mother is still there and refuses to leave even though she had been trying to convince her mother
Stay safe and well (the best you can) @hlezama

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@hlezama & @edgarare1,

Edgar, a wonderfully generous initiative.

On Steemit, Henrry, @hlezama, is one of the most passionate, and articulate, writers respecting the Venezuelan situation. Henrry and I met a year ago in the comments section of another poet, @d-pend. His comments were always so insightful and well composed that I began to take notice. Eventually, I demanded that he start visiting my blog so as to provide enlightenment on my posts as well. Amazingly, English is Henrry's second language ... a fact indiscernible from his comments no matter the complexity of the subject matter.

Besides being intelligent and articulate, Henrry is also an honorable man. He is both a credit to his country and to our blockchain ... and, I am proud to call him "friend."

Quill

@jaynie.

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Much obliged, guys.

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Hello @quillfire nice to hear from you...

Thanks a lot for showing your support to @hlezama... That´s awesome...!!

Thank you so much for let me know a little more about @hlezama ... for now we are in connection and that´s incredible for me to meet incredible people on Steemit...

Also I reviewed @d-pend profile´ but it seems to be he is not active a month ago...

Thanks a lot

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@edgarare1,

... for now we are in connection and that´s incredible for me to meet incredible people on Steemit...

I'm glad to hear it. I love seeing initiatives that expand the Hispanic community here on Steemit.

Respecting @d-pend ... another great mind. But, he's a poet. And we poets are ... complicated. :-)

Quill

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That´s awesome my friend @quillfire ..

Don´t worry about that, many artist need their own space ....

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Hello Henry, Happy day, really what the situation is, especially in the educational field that should be one of the most valued, since it is one of the factors that most influences the progress and progress of people and societies. In addition to providing knowledge, education enriches the culture, spirit, values ​​and everything that characterizes us as human beings since it depends on the future and development of the country and that in other countries they give that value and are hired, as well to health professionals. These 2 fields are fundamental, but the security and integrity of citizens, so that there can be a better and higher quality of life possible.

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Thanks. Happy day for you.
You are so right. And becasue education is so powerful and can do so much for people's integrity and freedom, it must be manipulated. At least other socialist regimes invested in it, modernized it and then put in at the service of their ideological agenda. These bastards opted for destroying it. After all, they made sure the children of their elite would get the best education possible abroad or in private institutions they made sure would remain intact (or at least not as affected as the public sector, where they confined "the people").

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If Henry, here they tried to copy the Cuban ideology and in which its inhabitants also passed and suffered many deficiencies, but also have and enjoy certain advantages, such as education and security, most people are professionals, they walk the streets and they do it. Without fear, do not walk with anxiety like here, you can not even use the phone in the street because they take it from you and if you resist you can take your life, sad and sad, where there are so many security forces.

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First, glad to meet you. Secondly, it's great to see you on Steemit. You are very courageous to broach this subject. I've been keeping an eye on Venezuela. You guys have it rough down there. Hopefully, your next chief will be more oriented toward building up your country rather than tearing it down.

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Thank you. We are hoping that will be the case. There is little else to tear down in any case, but we have learned that things can always get worse, so, I say that "under erasure", as Derrida would put it.

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thanks for coming @hlezama ...

That sounds really but, just keep your mind stronger and never give up for nothing ...

Now you are in a good place where you can get a better future, STEEMIT, so continues working well...

About the steems, let me explain a bit how they are going to be distributed. Every Venezuelan who comments will receive votes for each person in his comments, the more votes each person has, the more steems they have.

This will be distributed by steem-bounty at the end of seven days ending the post, let each person knows that the more votes they have in their comments, the more steems will be sent to their wallets. So, let´s do it..

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my best thoughts and wishes in this time of strife for you and your loved ones, @hlezama ! my full upvote for you, and good luck !

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Nice to hear from you @porters ...

Thanks a lot for your comment and support all Venezuelan people ...

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Hello @veryspider

Thanks a lot for showing your support to @hlezama

That´s awesome...!!

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Thoughts and prayers. I went to Venezuela some 15 years ago. Una Paiz marvellosa! I want nothing more than ease, security, humanity and a release from suffering for your wonderful country. I don’t not pretend to know the depths... but wish to send out nothing but love and resilience to Venezuela!

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Thank you very much. It is hard to know our reality in depth,even for us. Most likely, as your motto says, it is somewhere between what we think and what others perceive.
One thing is true, though, and thanks to technology now all those statements are out for posterity, there is a cruel reality that the chavistas governments (Chavez's and then Maduro's) have consistently denied to the point of calling those who denounced it disociados (dissociates).
They instituted the term and used it pejoratively every time they wanted to dismiss anyone's claim.
They suffered what I call the Lorax Complex. They speak for the people, the same way the Lorax speaks for the trees. At least the Lorax was actually trying to protect the trees. These guys destroyed the people and then told the survivors, "no, that what you think you see is fake; there are no people eating from garbage, there are no children dying in hospitals...no...no...no. It is the empire's 3rd generation war putting those ideas, even the images, in your head"

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@hlezama,

Orwell's, "1984" ... except they seem to modelling that which Orwell was criticizing. The parallels are so striking at times that it actually defies comedic comparison.

Quill

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Absolutely. They became experts in newspeak adoption and impossition. I regret not to have the time or energy to compile their entire dictionary (trying once some time ago actually drained my spirit). The level of absurdity and cynicism defies any stomach. Machiavelli's The Prince is another favorite of them. The funny thing is they would never allow an educational institution under their control to read and discuss such texts.

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Hello @buttcoins thanks a lot for showing your support...

I love your comment ...!!!

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Sorry for all the problems but it is good to get the word out we are here for you @hlezama @steemitbloggers #powerhousecreatives
Edited: also resteeming

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Hello @rebeccabe

Thanks a lot for showing your support to @hlezama

That´s awesome...!!

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So sorry to hear what is happening over your country. I hope the situation can make a turn soon.

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Hello @roselifecoach thanks for coming..

Thanks a lot for showing your support to @hlezama

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Good luck to you @hlezama on your great effort!

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Hello @joelai thanks a lot for coming..

Thanks a lot for showing your support to @hlezama

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Is there anything we can do on an individual level to help the people of Venezuela? My heart hurts for all of you. It's a shame that so few people here in the US know the reality of the conditions you face.

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Thanks for your support, @mattifer.
I don't know what to say. One of the most urgent needs we have is medicines and not even international organizations have been able to bring them. Sending packages is always a risk because customs officers are infamous for their skills to make things disappear.
I know some people who have relatives abroad have managed to get things sent to them but I don't know what specific companies provide safer services.
I appreciate your concern though. I wish we could just talk about more elevated things. I know most people refuse/reject playing the victim, which is what we look like when we have to reiterate this litany of maladies. Hopefully that'll change soon.

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Yes, I've heard that shipping goods in or out is pretty difficult right now. My fiance is in the freight business actually. We were asked to provide a quote for goods going to Venezuela not too long ago. We couldn't find anyone willing to go there for a decent rate. It's even expensive to ship things in - and even then there is no promise they will make it through customs.

I'll continue to do what I can to raise awareness - that might be the best way I can help at this point.

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Thanks, @mattifer. That surely helps.
Blessings

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Hello @mattifer

Thanks a lot for showing your support to @hlezama

That´s awesome...!!

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I wish there was more I could do.

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Hello @mattifer thanks a lot for showing your support to @hlezama ..

Well, let me say something special for you...!!!

Every reply you send with your incredible wishes are helping a lot him and many people who are reading your message, that´s the most important part, many people need to see a little support from somebody else.

This is called: MOTIVATION... !!

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Well in that case, consider me your cheerleader! :-)

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I'm sorry that you and your country are going through such terrible times. You have written a very good post about the situation to bring awareness. I'm following you now as well to keep up with your posts! Good luck, my new friend.

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Thank you very much.

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Hello @blueeyes8960

Thanks a lot for showing your support to @hlezama

That´s awesome...!!

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All of the best to you and the people of Venezuela my friend!
You are certainly going through very trying times, but I know that after every storm, the sun shall shine again.
Blessings to you!

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Hello @papilloncharity

Thanks a lot for showing your support to @hlezama

That´s awesome...!!

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so sorry for what's been going on in your country @hlezama, my thoughts and positive vibes are with you, your family, and people of Venezuela,

sending love to all of you there.

good luck, my friend, I hope you will have more votes!

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Thank you so much. I am overwhelmed by the support I got here and the general support of Steemians to the venezuelan cause. There are several individual and community initiatives providing different kinds of support to my people. For that we'll be eternally grateful.

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Hello @thekitchenfairy

Thanks a lot for showing your support to @hlezama

That´s awesome...!!

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Praying for you and your family! Such a tragedy to think a whole generation has lost out at such a critical time!

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Thank you, @birdsinparadise. This has made me rethink Gertrude Stein's spithet. Those "lost" expatriates she talked about at least had valuable tools and support to develop their talents.

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Hello @birdsinparadise

Thanks a lot for showing your support to @hlezama

That´s awesome...!!

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let's hope this is the first of many for you, good luck...

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Hello @wales

Thanks a lot for showing your support to @hlezama

That´s awesome...!!

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Dear @hlezama

Thank you for sharing your life experience with us. Those are indeed very sad days for Venezuela and I can only hope that noone close to you will suffer or die.

My heart is with you guys. I can hadly imagine how difficult it must be to have hope in current circumstances.

God bless Venezuela

Yours
Piotr

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Thankyou very much, @crypto.piotr. I appreciate your concern for our cause and how you have made people rally around it.

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I am so very sad about your situation and hope that Steem will get better and help you and everyone in your country.

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Thank you very much.
We are all rooting for Steem, as much as we root for a change of government.

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You are in our thoughts and prayers!

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Gracias amigos de steem-bounty, que gran labor, Dios los bendiga.

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@steem-bounty Thanks
And @edgarare1 You are very happy with you too Who started this good work.My prayers are always with you you are a nice person.

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ººVENEZUELAºº
Saludos amigo @edgarare1, Soy Venezolano, vivo en la ciudad de Maracaibo, Edo. Zulia. Uno de los estados que aún sigue sufriendo de la contingencia eléctrica, luego de 5 días sin energía, aún no se estabiliza y estamos teniendo recortes de 3 a 5 horas diarias y algunas veces 2 veces al día.

Muy agradecido por tu generosa iniciativa. Muchos Venezolanos estamos padeciendo de las inclemencias de un gobierno tirano y dictador, donde la única preocupación es la de llenar sus bolsillos sacando de los nuestros.
Apartando la política, mi punto específicamente es el de la medicina para mi hija mayor, Alejandra Rodríguez con tan solo 19 años, estudiante de arte en la Universidad del Zulia, padece de Diabetes Mellitus tipo I (insulino dependiente), requiere de dos insulinas al día para vivir, la Apidra que se la inyecta antes de cada comida y la Lantus que se la inyecta en la noche antes de dormir.
La misma situación política de un gobierno indolente y asesino, no autoriza las divisas para la importación de las insulinas, a pesar de tener un programa que las dá, y a veces las he obtenido, las mismas son muy escasas. Hoy en día, esas insulinas cuestan casi 120.000 bolívares cada una, cuando se consiguen, o 25 a 40 dólares en el mercado negro.

Amigos me han ayudado desde el exterior, específicamente me las han traído de Colombia, pero en estos momentos no hay pasos por la frontera, y tampoco dispongo de recursos económicos para seguir comprandola a esos precios.
Mi hija necesita esas insulinas, y una dieta rigurosa, que como habrán leído en la mayoría de los comentarios, no es nada fácil, ya que están escasos y sumamente costosos.
Lo que puedan hacer para hacerme llegar alguna ayuda que Dios los bendiga, mi hija y mi familia se lo agradecerán.

Gracias por leer.

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Gracias por compartir tu historia. Desearía que hubiera una forma de enviarte insulina para tu hija. Mi esposa es diabética y cuando cambian sus medicamentos, nos dejan la insulina y se nos dice que la destruyamos. Me aferro a él el mayor tiempo posible con la esperanza de poder encontrar a alguien que no pueda costearlo.

Mientras leo su comentario, lo que veo es un padre orgulloso que está más preocupado por su hijo y su salud. Eso me golpea en casa porque tengo una hija y una nieta, y no puedo imaginar pasar por lo que eres.

Ojalá tuviera muchas respuestas, pero no tengo ninguna. Intento y encuentro formas de ayudar, como a través de @ aid.venezuela y por supuesto @ edgarare1. Puedo hacer mucho. Voy a retrasar la respuesta a este comentario hasta que mi poder de voto aumente y pueda proporcionar un voto positivo.

Hay muchos a quienes les gustaría ayudar pero ellos también están luchando. Ellos también han venido a Steemit para ganar un poco más para cuidar de sus familias.

Mi corazón está con ustedes y espero y oro para que la solución llegue a la gente de Venezuela.

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Saludos amigo @edgarare1, muchísimas gracias por su aporte, sin dudas que ayuda. En nombre de mi hija Alejandra, muchas gracias. Dios te bendiga y te conceda mucha fuerza, mucha salud y mucha felicidad para tí y los tuyos.
Un gran abrazo.

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Feliz de oir que pude ayudar en algo, espero poder seguir ayudando en el futuro..

Love to help people...!!

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Gracias a todos por su apoyo, en especial a @yaleal, @shari-loveurlife y @sughey. Y en especial mi agradecimiento a @crypto.piotr, por referirme a visitar el blog de @edgarare1. Un gran abrazo.

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Estare disponible siempre para ayudar ...

I always will be available to help ... Love that...

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Saludos, @fjjrg. No puedo imaginar la angustia de tener un hijo necesitando medicamentos hoy día. Mis hijas se molestan cuando les pido que no corran riesgos innecesarios, que no se pueden enfermar, que no hay seguro ni dinero para medicinas. Es como condenarlas al encierro. Uno ve tantas personas morir por falta de medicamentos básicos que termina asumiendo que en cualquier momento nos toca.
He venido posteando en mi blog sobre cada aspecto de la crisis, haciendo énfasis a la gente que vive en otros paises y que aún cree que el socialismo es mejor que el capitalismo y que lso criminales que nos gobiernan son víctimas de una conspiración imperial.
Espero que Alejandra esté bien, que resista y pueda terminar sus estudios (yo ni siquiera pude mantener a mi hijo mayor en la universidad y ahora esta en Lima). Mucha fortaleza y suerte.

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Un gran país, con talento humano, maravillas de la naturaleza, personas de gran corazon, con sueños, anhelos,y metas que todos desearíamos alcanzar. La situación se ha vuelto dificil para muchos (por no decir todos), se nos ha despojado de las cosas mas basicas, electricidad, agua...
Conseguir los alimentos fue en un tiempo una carrera de suerte y de espera eterna en colas frente a los establecimientos. Ahora, no es tan dificil, donde vayas lo consigues, pero el salario minimo que nos ofrecen apenas nos alcanza para una o dos cosas y se supone que con eso debemos aguantar todo un mes...
A pesar de todo, los venezolanos tenemos esperanza. Esperanza que el día de mañana sea un día mejor, muchos cuentan con sus proyectos, con sus emprendimientos, pero la situación hasta eso nos ha obligado a abandonar...
Venezuela es una historia de puntos suspensivos, donde pareciera que no fuera a haber final, y con el corazon en la mano vemos como nuestros familiares y amigos se van yendo poco a poco y nosotros nos quedamos a la espera...
A la espera de un mejor mañana, de días mejores, de volver a ver a esos familiares con lagrimas en nuestros ojos. Eso es Venezuela, que de ser tan grande, ha quedado reducida a sueños rotos, a familias separadas, a niños sin ilusión, porque en eso nos han convertido.


Pero a pesar de todo y de todo lo que nos han arrebatado, seguimos con la frente en alta sabiendo que podremos salir adelante, con la confianza en Dios siempre y sabiendo que el nos ayudará a superar todas estas dificultades que han rodeado nuestros días.


Gracias por la iniciativa, muchos hemos usado steemit como una herramienta para conseguir un poco de ingresos alternativos y apoyarnos.
Saludos :)

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Hola @arzkyu97 bienvenida y muchas gracias por tu comentario.

Solo manten tu mente motivada y nunca te rindas por nada en el mundo. Aquí hay muchas personas para ayudar, ahora estas en una plataforma en la cual podrás alcanzar los objetivos que necesites alcanzar solo continua con el gran trabajo que estas haciendo en Steemit.

Acerca de los steems, dejame explicarte un poco como se van a distribuir. Cada venezolano que comente recibira votos por cada una de las personas en sus comentarios, entre mas votos tenga cada persona es igual a mas steems.

Esto sera distribuido por steem-bounty al final de siete dias finalizando el post, hazle saber a cada persona que entre mas votos tengan en sus comentarios mas steems sera enviado a sus billeteras.

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Cuando se te quita todo lo único que nadie puede tomar es lo que está a tu lado. Mantén viva esa chispa de esperanza.

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Eso es lo mas importante, la actitud con la que enfrentamos llas situaciones. Y siempre con la vista puesta en un mejor mañana. Saludos <3

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Hello @ edgarare1, thank you very much for being a person concerned about others and for collaborating with this cause called Venezuela crisis. Today in Venezuela all people suffer this crisis that does not stop happening and every day increases much more, I am a professional with a career in the area of ​​administration and with a job that for many was enviable, in which I enjoyed many. Benefits and resolved my family life, I lived comfortably, the salaries were enough to cover all my needs and I was able to help my family, to save to enjoy shopping, vacations in the country and abroad, today the reality is that the Salary is not enough to eat much less to save, nor for medicines because they cost a fortune. Particularly I have many shortcomings like all my countrymen, but the first one that affects me is my father, who is an adult over the age of 101, disabled by his age, must use disposable diapers, medicines, adequate food and I can not do it, it is the most big. The frustration that can live, thanks to Steemit helps me a little and people like @ crypto.piotr, always helps me and collaborates with me and many people from Venezuela. Infinitely grateful to the platform where people like you are, God gives you many blessings and successes in your work. A hug in the distance, from Venezuela to Mexico, thanks infinit
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Dear @maxili63

Thank you for sharing your life experience with us. Those are indeed very sad days for Venezuela and I can only hope that noone close to you will suffer or die.

My heart is with you guys. I can hadly imagine how difficult it must be to have hope in current circumstances.

God bless Venezuela

ps. Did you perhaps consider using "enter" from time to time? To separate blocks of texts? It would make it much easier to read.

Yours
Piotr

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Thank you so much for coming @maxili ...

Just keep your mind motivated and never give up ok...

About the steems, let me explain a bit how they are going to be distributed. Every Venezuelan who comments will receive votes for each person in his comments, the more votes each person has, the more steems they have.

This will be distributed by steem-bounty at the end of seven days ending the post, let each person knows that the more votes they have in their comments, the more steems will be sent to their wallets. So, let´s do it..

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Thank you very much Edagar, for your motivating comment and support this cause, I have always been an enterprising and fighter, I have never depended only on a salary I have always done other things but today there are many limitations to do other additional activities, to move from a place to another is difficult, public transport chaos and private vehicles parked for lack of spare parts, are very expensive or are not achieved, many difficulties to do anything, so most people choose to leave the country.

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Nice to hear that @maxili63

Just keep pushing step by step, here there are many people to help, so everything will be change ...!!!

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Happy day @ edgarare1, is really encouraging every word of their motivation, which strengthens me, drives me to continue in that struggle to achieve a better quality of life in the future, God willing, but when things like this happen they depress me, I comment with sadness that today they paid 18 thousand bolivares. , equivalent to my father's pension, I can not buy anything, nor milk for the old man, because a kilo of milk costs 34 thousand bolivars, which really does not make sense

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Incredible the comment I did in the morning and it turns out I had not gone out on the internet super slow

Hello friend edgarare1, thanks to @ crypto.piotr I was able to know about your publication and it seems fantastic to me that there are people who still think about helping others.

I am proud of Venezuela since I was born living here growing and seeing how it was damaging the economy but still love this country and it hurts me to see how it is in recent days removing the poetic hand in hand this last incident of light left me with bad taste in the mouth with so many dead in hospitals.

I am from a beautiful city called Mérida where I could not continue studying the beautiful career of medicine for reasons of stoppages for political reasons of the same university and I had to go more than 9 hours from my house to another city to study since my dream always has been to build a clinic or hospital with the name of Saint San Martin de Porres (I invite you to know about him) and good although I know that with steemit at the moment that dream is far away for reasons as much economic as other things it hurts my mom feel bad for not being able to buy me a blood pressure meter and a stethoscope for lack of money since the same university where I study now does not have the supplies to give them and that is why I am heading to this world of Steemit not much public issues of health since that takes a lot of time and I also see it every day for that reason I prefer to make known other tastes and waiting to increase my knowledge to share about my experiences This is where I am starting the second year.

Thank you for giving this friendly hand to so many compatriots.

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I truly wish one day in the near future you can have that clinic built. It will be the only clinic in the world with memes decorating every room. Patients will recover sooner seeing funny things on the walls :)

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That is really the best thing that I have been told this day XD hahaha in the future you will see the clinic and upload photos to Steemit, I hope you can see them.

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Deal. You dod that and I'll write a post about how I gave you the idea. It will be so cool to see that dream of yours come true.

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Hello @memes777 thanks a lot for coming..

Just keep your mind motivated and never give up ok...

About the steems, let me explain a bit how they are going to be distributed. Every Venezuelan who comments will receive votes for each person in his comments, the more votes each person has, the more steems they have.

This will be distributed by steem-bounty at the end of seven days ending the post, let each person knows that the more votes they have in their comments, the more steems will be sent to their wallets. So, let´s do it..

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Thanks from the heart and if hahaha does not answer fast because I left school late and was studying for a test

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Don´t worry about that, it is ok...

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Saludos a todos, especialmente a los venezolanos que hemos encontrado un espacio para desahogarnos. Soy venezolana con padres venezolanos y una familia venezolana, tengo tres niños pequeños que lamentablemente sólo conocen la pobreza, la crisis, las limitaciones. e visto la miseria, antes pensaba que la miseria era algo mental, pero no, no es así en realidad, la miseria me saluda, me abraza y siento que juega conmigo y con la gran mayoría de los venezolanos, es terrible la situación en el país, estamos comiendo yuca como mejor platillo, el pollo, la carne, el pescado desapareció de mi mesa. La educación ha empeorado, los colegios públicos no dan casi clase y dentro de los planteles educativos se ven cosas tan feas y perjudiciales para los que acuden a ellas para "instruirse" que lo menos que hacen allí es impartir conocimiento y formar adultos competentes, conscientes, honestos y justos. A pesar de todo los males que arrastra este régimen, me aferro a la educación que yo he recibido de mis progenitores y no permitiré que nada ni nadie le quite esa oportunidad a mis hijos, porque eso depende de mi, y así cómo eso debo tener esperanza que a pesar de toda la hambruna, las injusticias y la tan mala situación general que cada día parece empeorar como una ola que va con tanta fuerza que parece imparable, puedo y debo hallar lo mejor de mi y sembrar esa semilla en el corazón de mis hijos. Muchas veces he sentido que la vida se me escapa de las manos y no se que hacer, en una de esas oportunidades escribí un poema sobre el país y lo que siento al respecto de todo esto: https://steempeak.com/cervantes/@vida-blanca/hoymesientotantriste-b37y6cvnab

Gracias por la oportunidad.

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Hola @vida-blanca es un gusto oír de ti, gracias por comentar...!!

Existen en el mundo infinidad de problemas pero ahora solo me queda decirte que estas en el lugar indicado, ahora hay muchas personas para ayudar y solo es cuestión de tiempo..

Nunca te rindas ante nada, y continua haciendo el gran trabajo en Steemit porque esto es el futuro para alcanzar el éxito que necesitas ...

Acerca de los steems, dejame explicarte un poco como se van a distribuir. Cada venezolano que comente recibira votos por cada una de las personas en sus comentarios, entre mas votos tenga cada persona es igual a mas steems.

Esto sera distribuido por steem-bounty al final de siete dias finalizando el post, hazle saber a cada persona que entre mas votos tengan en sus comentarios mas steems sera enviado a sus billeteras.

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excellent initiative ... I am from Venezuela and this is a total crap ... to live, not water, there is no electricity and there is seldom internet ... now you add the high costs of the food ... I DO NOT THINK PARTICIPATE, BUT IT WOULD HELP ME MUCH TO ME IN THE PARTICULAR IF YOU RECOMMEND MY WORK WITH YOUR FRIENDS OR OTHER PROFILES ...

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Hello @jimramones thanks a lot for coming ...

Just keep your mind motivated and never give up, many people are here to help ...

About the steems, let me explain a bit how they are going to be distributed. Every Venezuelan who comments will receive votes for each person in his comments, the more votes each person has, the more steems they have.

This will be distributed by steem-bounty at the end of seven days ending the post, let each person knows that the more votes they have in their comments, the more steems will be sent to their wallets. So, let´s do it.

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Saludos @edgarare1 actualmente mi país Venezuela se encuentra pasando una grave crisis socio-económica donde comprar hasta los alimentos más básicos se hace imposible debido al alto costo de la vida es por ello que muchos de nosotros hemos visto en Steemit y el Blockchain una alternativa para poder subsistir en medio de esta tempestad, agradezco a iniciativas como estas por ayudarnos a todos los venezolanos, recordando que todos los seres humanos somos hermanos, muchas gracias por el apoyo.

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Hola @ydavgonzalez bienvenido y gracias por comentar...

Existen en el mundo infinidad de problemas pero ahora solo me queda decirte que estas en el lugar indicado, ahora hay muchas personas para ayudar y solo es cuestión de tiempo..

Nunca te rindas ante nada, y continua haciendo el gran trabajo en Steemit porque esto es el futuro para alcanzar el éxito que necesitas ...

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It is very nice and rewarding, to see that there are people who care about our needs and are willing to help us, I really feel very happy with the friend's invitation @crypto.piotr and of course your initiative friend @edgarare1, for my platform is a source of income, I am not very good at this of the publications and there is much to learn, I am also a mother of 3 children, and they absorb my time a lot and that leaves me with dedication to this great platform in addition to the problems of connection that we have, the blackouts do not help me either and of course, due to the difficult situation I must leave the house every day to look for food, and that means that I must be in the street around 5 to 6 hours and sometimes more time , thank God I count the support of my husband and my mother-in-law whom fortunately we have very close to home and supports me with the children.
Really friend, this situation is almost unbearable, but always, thank God we went ahead and with much effort we continue to fight, because in Venezuela as in all parts of the world, there are many people who are hard-working, enterprising, talented, affectionate and with the necessary talent to make the world a better place to live and share, because out of all this political madness, we have much to give and teach that in Venezuela it is worth fighting.
I do not criticize the brother who decided to leave Venezuela, on the contrary, I admire him, because it takes a lot of courage to leave your land and yours, just to see them happy, or at least help them economically to cope with this difficult situation, in my case I am still in Venezuela because for me it is not easy to separate myself from my people and I have faith and hope in God that things will soon improve.
Thank you again for your initiative, I hope that God blesses you and gives back in you and yours what you do for us today, not only economically speaking, but also of the breath that a word offers, very grateful for this, I send you a very special greeting and a strong hug in the distance (we are already experts in this) from Villa de Cura, Aragua- Venezuela ...

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Many on steemit are or want to be supportive. Many just do not have the steem power to help. They too have their own struggles.

Your situation is amplified because you are trying to provide for a family.. I see on your blog you post many motivational phrases...sometimes we need to keep reminding ourselves of something other than what we are going through. For better times ahead!

My heart and thoughts go out to you. Keep the faith!

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Muchos en steemit son o quieren ser de apoyo. Muchos simplemente no tienen el poder de steem para ayudar. Ellos también tienen sus propias luchas.

Su situación se amplifica porque está tratando de mantener a una familia. Veo en su blog que publica muchas frases motivadoras ... a veces tenemos que seguir recordándonos algo distinto a lo que estamos pasando. ¡Por mejores tiempos por delante!

Mi corazón y mis pensamientos están contigo. ¡Mantener la fe!

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Thanks for reading, and for the motivation.
If I post those phrases, they help me stay motivated and continue my daily struggle! I am sure that God, every day, I have a great reason to do it, My Family!

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YES! I was once homeless (in my 20's), It being my own fault. To come out of it I used those kinds of motivational sayings...I too helped me move forward. I only had myself to worry about. You have a family.

One has to believe things will improve. My thoughts are with you.

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You have all my Respect my friend @r2cornell

Thanks a lot for sharing your story with us... You impressed me again...

I´m sure it was difficult for you my friend, and thank you for never give up and keep fighting everyday ...

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Such an excellent comment @r2cornell

I really love the fact that you're so very mature with your responses :)

Enjoy your weekend buddy
Piotr

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Dear @sughey

Thank you for sharing your life experience with us. Those are indeed very sad days for Venezuela and I can only hope that noone close to you will suffer or die.

My heart is with you guys. I can hadly imagine how difficult it must be to have hope in current circumstances.

God bless Venezuela

ps. Did you perhaps consider using "enter" from time to time? To separate blocks of texts? It would make it much easier to read.

Yours
Piotr

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@crypto.piotr thank you for your words, that is the goal, not to suffer and try by all means to overcome that situation and not die in the attempt.

I will take your tips into account, thank you

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Hello @sughey thanks a lot for coming...

Just keep your mind motivated and never give up, many people are here to help ...

About the steems, let me explain a bit how they are going to be distributed. Every Venezuelan who comments will receive votes for each person in his comments, the more votes each person has, the more steems they have.

This will be distributed by steem-bounty at the end of seven days ending the post, let each person knows that the more votes they have in their comments, the more steems will be sent to their wallets. So, let´s do it.

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gracias por pensar en mi pais y su gente, gente buena que tiene un carisma y sonrisa, siempre reconocida por su alegria que hoy se empaña debido a una tiranía que ha logrado pisar al pueblo, muchos no entienden lo que pasa en mi pais, pues explico breve mente, un ser diabólico llamado chavez se gano el cariño del pueblo en 1998 y trajo consigo falsas promesas, el pueblo le fue otorgando poder en todos los ámbitos, durante un tiempo este señor hizo una red, en cada ciudad, en cada organo publico creo gabinetes de personas que son ahora mafias distribuidas por todo el pais, en cada alcadia, en cada gobernacion, en cada sede del ejercito hay mafias que se benefician y roban al pais mientras somenten al pueblo, cada policia estadal, cada organo publico esta lleno de estas mafias, si usted es periodista y señala estas mafias, usted va preso, si usted es politico y no se alinea con ellos, usted va preso, si usted denuncia algo , usted va preso, hay gente presa solo por crear algun tweet que no sea del agrado del régimen, la gente ha salido a manifestar en muchas ocasiones, solo el año pasado ocurrio mas de 130 muertos en manifestaciones en menos de 30 dias, muchos videos en la web demuestran grupos armados acompañados por militares asesinando a estudiantes que solo llevan en sus manos escudos de carton, estas mafias no dejaran el poder, venezuela genera mucha riqueza en varios ámbitos, millones de dolares sacan del petroleo, toneladas de oro sacan mensualmente del suelo venezolano, con ese dinero crean las mafias y compran ayuda internacional como la cubana o la rusa, es algo increíble, se han registrado desfalco a la nacion donde un solo grupo de personas han robado mas de 4mil millones de dolares a la industria petrolera, eso en un solo robo!! es mucho dinero que se roban del pais y eso mantiene esa mafia, por eso que cada vez que el pueblo se manifiesta asesinan y torturan para doblegar al ciudadano que no posee defensa alguna, la situación es grave, muy grave, hablamos de que si una persona sufre una apendicitis esa persona esta condenada a morir, hay medicos en los hospitales queriendo ayudar, pero no hay insumos, estoy hablando que falta algo tan simple como una inyectadora o jeringa, imagínese como se opera a alguien sin nada de insumos, por otro lado el sueldo minimo de un trabajador no alcanza para nada, un mes de trabajo equivale a un quilo de queso duro, con el sueldo de un mes entero no compra una hamburguesa en macdonal, y creame que no exagero en cada palabra que escribo..

hay miles de historias tristes que se viven a diario en mi pais y aun asi el venezolano sale todos los dias a luchar por mantener viva a venezuela con su trabajo, con sus ilusiones, con ganas de salir a delante, el señor de la esquina abre el kiosco, el estudiante va a la escuela, el mecánico a su taller, y muchos se preguntan, como es posible? solo el que conoce o ha visitado venezuela sabe la respuesta, es la misma razón por la cual desde esta tierra salio una caravana libertaria que ayudo a otorgar la libertad a otros hermanos del continente hace 200 años, es la perseverancia del venezolano, es la forma en que sueña, es la forma en que lucha, estamos luchando, somos 30 millones de personas que aun permanecemos aqui en Venezuela tratando de liberarnos, no es fácil, se me puede ir la vida en esto pero no tengo otra forma de verlo y sentirlo, no puedo tomar otro camino y dejar a mi país detrás, y créeme que asi como me siento escribiendo esta linea seguro se siente cada venezolano que aguanta este atropello diario al que es sometido, no es fácil quedarse en un pais donde puedes morir por algo tan comun como una neumonia, pero venezuela vale, sus playa vale, su aire vale, su sabana, su selva, su desierto, su montaña, sus picos, su GENTE VALE, y seguro vale mas que mi vida que me juego para ayudar a rescatarla de manos asesinas que se quieren apoderar de ella..

gracias por ver hacia acá, gracias por querer ayudar, ahora necesitamos que cada persona afuera sea la voz del venezolano, que grite que el venezolano lucha y necesita ayuda, es una mafia armada que quiere matar a un país, es así de simple y cierto, es un país secuestrado..

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thank you for thinking of my country and its people, good people who have a charisma and smile, always recognized by their joy that today is tarnished due to a tyranny that has managed to step on the people, many do not understand what happens in my country, because I explain briefly, a diabolical being called Chavez won the love of the people in 1998 and brought false promises, the people gave him power in all areas, for a time this gentleman made a network, in each city, in each organ public I create cabinets of people who are now mafias distributed throughout the country, in each alcadia, in each governorate, in each headquarters of the army there are mafias that benefit and rob the country while they watch the people, each police station, each public body is full of these mafias, if you are a journalist and you point these mafias, you are imprisoned, if you are a politician and do not align yourself with them, you are imprisoned, if you denounce something, you are imprisoned, there are people imprisoned just for creating some eet that is not to the liking of the regime, people have come out to demonstrate on many occasions, only last year there were more than 130 dead in demonstrations in less than 30 days, many videos on the web show armed groups accompanied by soldiers murdering students they only carry cardboard shields, these mafias do not leave power, venezuela generates a lot of wealth in several areas, millions of dollars are extracted from oil, tons of gold are extracted monthly from Venezuelan soil, with this money they create mafias and buy aid international as the Cuban or the Russian, it is something incredible, they have registered embezzlement to the nation where a single group of people have stolen more than 4 billion dollars to the oil industry, that in a single robbery !! it is a lot of money that is stolen from the country and that maintains that mafia, that is why every time the people declare they kill and torture to subdue the citizen who does not have any defense, the situation is serious, very serious, we talk about if a person suffers an appendicitis that person is condemned to die, there are doctors in hospitals wanting to help, but there are no supplies, I'm talking about missing something as simple as an injection or syringe, imagine how to operate someone without any input, on the other side the minimum salary of a worker does not reach for anything, a month of work is equivalent to a kilo of hard cheese, with the salary of a whole month does not buy a burger in macdonal, and believe me that I do not exaggerate in every word I write ..

There are thousands of sad stories that are lived daily in my country and yet the Venezuelan goes out every day to fight to keep Venezuela alive with his work, with his illusions, wanting to get ahead, the gentleman of the corner opens the kiosk, the student goes to school, the mechanic to his workshop, and many wonder, how is that possible? only the one who knows or has visited venezuela knows the answer, is the same reason why from this land came a libertarian caravan that helped to grant freedom to other brothers of the continent 200 years ago, it is the perseverance of the Venezuelan, it is the way in what dreams, is the way we fight, we are fighting, we are 30 million people that still remain here in Venezuela trying to free us, it is not easy, I can go to live in this but I have no other way of seeing and feeling it , I can not take another path and leave my country behind, and believe me that as I feel writing this line, every Venezuelan feels that he can endure this daily abuse to which he is subjected, it is not easy to stay in a country where you can die for something as common as a pneumonia, but venezuela is worth it, its beach is worth it, its air is worth it, its savanna, its jungle, its desert, its mountain, its peaks, its PEOPLE WORTH, and it is worth more than my life that I play to help rescue her from her hands murderers who want to take over her ..

thank you for looking here, thanks for wanting to help, now we need that every person outside be the voice of the Venezuelan, who shouts that the Venezuelan fights and needs help, is an armed mafia that wants to kill a country, it is that simple and true , it's a kidnapped country ..

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Hello @aerossone thanks a lot for your comment ...

Just keep your mind motivated and never give up, many people are here to help ...

About the steems, let me explain a bit how they are going to be distributed. Every Venezuelan who comments will receive votes for each person in his comments, the more votes each person has, the more steems they have.

This will be distributed by steem-bounty at the end of seven days ending the post, let each person knows that the more votes they have in their comments, the more steems will be sent to their wallets. So, let´s do it.

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Dear @aerossone

My heart is with you guys. I can hadly imagine how difficult it must be to have hope in current circumstances.

Thank you for sharing your life experience with us. Those are indeed very sad days for Venezuela and I can only hope that noone close to you will suffer or die.

God bless Venezuela

ps. Did you perhaps consider using "enter" from time to time? To separate blocks of texts? It would make it much easier to read.

Yours
Piotr

As a Venezuelan I want to thank you for your selfless help, 100 steem is a very generous sum that will surely help alleviate a little the economic situation of the person who manages to earn them.

I also thank @crypto.piotr for the notice.

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Hello @darthgexe thanks for coming ...

About the steems, let me explain a bit how they are going to be distributed. Every Venezuelan who comments will receive votes for each person in his comments, the more votes each person has, the more steems they have.

This will be distributed by steem-bounty at the end of seven days ending the post, let each person knows that the more votes they have in their comments, the more steems will be sent to their wallets. So, Let´s do it...

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Soy venezolana, nací en el estado Falcón, en un pueblo llamado Maparari cuando entré a steemit lo hice con el nombre de mi pueblo. A pesar de mi edad nunca había visto una situación económica tan grave a en mi país, sin embargo, el gesto de usted me parece excelente por la necesidad que tenemos los venezolanos y muchas gracias.

I am Venezuelan, I was born in the Falcón state, in a town called Maparari when I entered steemit I did it with the name of my town. Despite my age I had never seen such a serious economic situation in my country, however, the gesture of you seems excellent for the need we Venezuelans have and thank you very much.

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Hello @maparari thanks a lot for coming...

Just keep your mind motivated and never give up ok...

About the steems, let me explain a bit how they are going to be distributed. Every Venezuelan who comments will receive votes for each person in his comments, the more votes each person has, the more steems they have.

This will be distributed by steem-bounty at the end of seven days ending the post, let each person knows that the more votes they have in their comments, the more steems will be sent to their wallets. So, let´s do it..

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Dear @maparari

Big thx for sharing your story with us. My heart is with you guys. I can hadly imagine how difficult it must be to have hope in current situation in your country.

It is saddening and hearthbreaking on so many levels.

God bless Venezuela

Yours
Piotr

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Buenos días , un cordial saludo mi querido amigo!! pues yo vivo en Venezuela, la verdad es muy dificil hacerlo y subsistir aquí, por la situación tan grave que hay, tanto económica,social y política, no es facil ver como hermanos venezolanos mueren día a día por desnutrición, falta de medicamentos y ver como nuestro gobierno sigue diciendo que todo "esta bien " cuando no es así. Pero gracias a Dios existen personas como tu que quieren ayudar a las personas de forma honesta y de corazon, personas como tu, no hay muchas y pues créeme que esto tarde o temprano se te regresara a ti de forma buena. Mi situación no es la mejor ni mucho menos, necesito muchas cosas, a veces no tengo ni para comer pero siempre logro salir adelante a pesar de las adversidades...esos somos los venezolanos guerreros y personas de buen corazon, aunque siempre hay personas deshonestas que nos pueden llegar a dejar mal. Me despido mi querido amigo, te deseo muchos éxitos y bendiciones , un gran abrazo!

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Saludos. Lamento escuchar todas las dificultades en su gran país. Estoy muy impresionado por su declaración; "Somos los guerreros venezolanos y personas de buen corazón ...". Esto es lo que he encontrado en la lectura de estos muchos comentarios y en la interacción con los seguidores de Venezuela. Es esta fortaleza interna la que te ayudará a superar esto.

En ese mismo hilo, no hace muchos días, estaba interactuando con alguien que estaba en la zona para alimentar a su familia. Conocía a esta persona por un tiempo y sabía que las cosas tenían que ser mucho peores de lo que pensaba. Le envié algo a su billetera. él fue capaz de comprar algo de comida, pero lo más reconfortante fue que cambió su actitud y utilizó la mayor parte del dinero para comenzar una iniciativa para ayudar a alimentar a muchos otros. Esa es la fuerza interior que veo en la gente de Venezuela y "gente con buen corazón".

Gente que ayuda a la gente. Personas que comparten lo poco que tienen.

Mi upvote está bajando, así que voy a dejar que se reconstruya antes de hacer más comentarios. Solo desearía tener más poder para hacer más fuerte mi voto.

¡Buena suerte!

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Greetings. I regret to hear of all the hardships in your great country. I am most impressed by your statement; "we are the Venezuelan warriors and people with a good heart...". It is this that I have found in reading these many comments, and with interaction with followers from Venezuela, It is this inner strength with in each that will help carry you through this.

On that same thread, not so many days ago I was interacting with someone who was deparate to feed his family. I had know this person for awhile, and knew things had to be much worse than I thought. I sent him a little something to his wallet. he was able to buy some food, but was most heart warming is his attitude changed and he used most of the steem to begin an initiative to help feed many others. That is the inner strength I see in the people of Venezuela and "people with a good heart".

People-helping-people. People sharing what little they have.

My upvote is getting lower so I am again going to let it rebuild before further comments. I only wish I had more steem power to make my upvote stronger.

Godspeed!

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Hola @fredfcp gusto en saber de ti, gracias por comentar...

Existen en el mundo infinidad de problemas pero ahora solo me queda decirte que estas en el lugar indicado, ahora hay muchas personas para ayudar y solo es cuestión de tiempo..

Nunca te rindas ante nada, y continua haciendo el gran trabajo en Steemit porque esto es el futuro para alcanzar el éxito que necesitas ...

Acerca de los steems, dejame explicarte un poco como se van a distribuir. Cada venezolano que comente recibira votos por cada una de las personas en sus comentarios, entre mas votos tenga cada persona es igual a mas steems.

Esto sera distribuido por steem-bounty al final de siete dias finalizando el post, hazle saber a cada persona que entre mas votos tengan en sus comentarios mas steems sera enviado a sus billeteras.

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Venezuela is undoubtedly a fighting country, talking about how hard we live, our tragedies and calamities is very hard for me, I would like to emphasize that we are a country of people with love for our country, that we are dreamers and optimists for the future.
That we are a blessed country, that we have people like you that with their wishes and actions we will move forward.
We have a bad management, bad rulers but their courage and their heart, their people are warrior, light and love.
I fill you with good energy, love and blessings.
Thanks for what you do for us!
Viva Venezuela and Viva Mexico!

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Dear @teresah

I would like to thank you for opening up and sharing your life story with us.It is saddening and hearthbreaking on so many levels to see what is happening in your country :(

Hope noone close to you will suffer or die.

God bless Venezuela

Yours
Piotr

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Hola @teresah agradable saber de ti y gracias por tu comentario.

Existen en el mundo infinidad de problemas pero ahora solo me queda decirte que estas en el lugar indicado, ahora hay muchas personas para ayudar y solo es cuestión de tiempo..

Nunca te rindas ante nada, y continua haciendo el gran trabajo en Steemit porque esto es el futuro para alcanzar el éxito que necesitas ...

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We are on the right path. We will have problems but we will always shine. A hug!

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what an amazing comment @teresah

I love that ....

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Hello, Thank you for having the initiative to support all Venezuelans, I think we have endured a lot, food problems, health, transportation and most important of all the vital liquid that is water.
After the Apagon in all of Venezuela on March 7, things have become very difficult.
We just have to continue working to take our destroyed country forward.

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Hello @norat23 thanks for coming..

Just keep your mind motivated and never give up, many people are here to help ...

About the steems, let me explain a bit how they are going to be distributed. Every Venezuelan who comments will receive votes for each person in his comments, the more votes each person has, the more steems they have.

This will be distributed by steem-bounty at the end of seven days ending the post, let each person knows that the more votes they have in their comments, the more steems will be sent to their wallets. So, let´s do it.

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Qué bueno es saber que contamos con el apoyo de hermanos de corazón, que no somos invisibles y que siempre habrá esa mano amiga. Esta situación que vivimos los venezolanos a diario es muy lamentable, que difícil es salir todos los días a trabajar y cuando te cancelan tu quincena no te alcanza ni para comer 2 días, pero siempre reinventando con ese entusiasmo y animo que siempre nos caracteriza, aunque hay días que la cuestión se torna más difícil y provoca escapar de toda esta realidad que nos abruma, pero aquí continuamos en la lucha. Los VENEZOLANOS en esta plataforma le damos las gracias por su apoyo @edgarare1.

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Hola @alexanderodulfo gracias por tu comentario...

Desearia poder hacer algo mas por Venezuela, Si necesita algo mas que yo pueda hacer hagame saber y con mucho gusto estar dispuesto a ayudar...!!

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Thank you very much friend, there are few people who give that helping hand and God will reward you. Everything we give and give away without looking at who has given us the fruits in the future and the good things in our lives reach us.

I want to talk to you from my experience because many of us here have talked a lot about the different problems that exist in each sector. If you want to know a little more you can visit the post you just published about the electrical failure that Venezuela.

https://steemit.com/venezuela/@lisgarcia/a-week-without-light-in-venezuela

In recent years Since it began to notice The state of my country The career began in college, The time they were published. and the light failures were more constant. Why? The transport gets worse, the costs for my classes and the materials are raised, many were the days that classes were canceled for any problem that arises and so every day is complicated more than little and little on the subject of things and give the best of me, until after 4 hard years I could graduate. After that I got married and had a beautiful child, the father had the opportunity to go to Colombia 2 months before the birth of our son, the jobs, the company, the company, the parents, and the payment. therefore he had to return. Things have been complicated, most of all, food and medicines, the day of death and medical attention. If a Venezuelan from one day to another gets sick and has to perform an operation immediately, it would be a very difficult and dangerous situation because private clinics are quite expensive, where more or less an operation exceeds $ 500, and where could it be? get that amount? where currently the monthly salary is from 5 to 10 dollars. We all have to take this situation into account.

Children for 12 people, my parents, and my sisters with their families. Between all we support and we contribute. But I have been quite difficult, with which I have had only the rice and the lens for the main meals, during several days. But this is a roller coaster.

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Muchas gracias amigo, son pocas las personas que dan esa mano amiga y Dios te lo recompensara. Todo lo que damos y regalamos sin mirar a quien nos dará frutos en el futuro y cosas buenas a nuestras vidas nos llegará.

Quiero hablarte desde mi experiencia porque ya muchos aquí habrán hablado mucho sobre los diferentes problemas que existe en cada sector. Y si quieres saber un poco más puedes visitar el post que acabo de publicar sobre la falla eléctrica que presento Venezuela.

https://steemit.com/venezuela/@lisgarcia/a-week-without-light-in-venezuela

En estos últimos años desde que se empezó a notar el deterioro del país yo estaba empezando mi carrera de la universidad, comenzaba a notar que los precios subían cada vez más y se empezaban a formar colas en los supermercados y establecimientos, el agua se ausentaba más y las fallas de luz eran más constantes. Desde ese momento cada vez veía lo difícil que sería terminar mi carrera universitaria, y así fue. El transporte se agravada más, los costos para mis clases y materiales se elevaban, muchos eran los días que se cancelaban las clases por cualquier problema que se presentaban y así cada día se complicaba mas pero poco a poco supe sobrellevar las cosas y dar lo mejor de mí, hasta que después de 4 duros años me pude graduar. Luego de eso me casé y tuve un hermoso niño, el padre tuvo la oportunidad de irse a Colombia 2 meses antes del nacimiento de nuestro hijo pero los trabajos que conseguía eran matadores y con un pago más bajo que el sueldo mínimo, tuvo poca suerte y por lo tanto se tuvo que regresar. Las cosas han estado complicadas, más que todo por la comida y las medicinas, si algún venezolano de un día para otro se enferma y les tiene que realizar una operación de inmediato sería una situación muy difícil y peligrosa porque las clínicas privadas son bastantes caras, donde más o menos una operación sobrepasa los 500 dólares, y ¿dónde se podría conseguir esa cantidad? donde actualmente el sueldo mensual es de 5 a 10 dólares. Todos tenemos miedo de que se presente esa situación y no tener los recursos económicos para solucionarlo.

Presentemente tenemos que buscar comida todos los días para 12 personas, que incluyen mis padres, y mis hermanas con sus familias. Entre todos nos apoyamos y aportamos. Pero se ha hecho bastante difícil, con decirles que solo he tenido solo arroz y lentejas para las comidas principales, durante varios días. Pero esto es una montaña rusa, algunos días nos va mejor que otros pero debemos agradecer que nos tenemos el uno al otro y que el amor es todo lo que importa.

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Hola @lisgarcia bienvenida, gracias por comentar...

Es terrible saber todo lo que pasa ahora en Venezuela y que los gobernantes esten con las manos cruzadas sin ayudar a las personas de tu hermoso país, espero que hoy pude ayudar con algo para algunas cuantas personas, seguiré tratando de ayudar y espero que mas personas se unan, ya que ahora mas personas conocen todo lo que esta sucediendo en Venezuela.

Si hay alguna cosa que yo pueda hacer por ti házmela saber...!!!

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Dear @lisgarcia

I would like to thank you for opening up and sharing your life story with us.It is saddening and hearthbreaking on so many levels to see what is happening in your country :(

Hope noone close to you will suffer or die.

God bless Venezuela

Yours
Piotr

ººVENEZUELAºº ciertamente, no es un secreto que estamos en el centro de una dura situación política, económica y social, han sido días difíciles, estas ayudas desprendidas son positivas siempre que en realidad vayan dirigidas a las personas correctas. Espero todo lo mejor para ustedes con su iniciativa.
Saludos.
Gracias por la invitación a este post @crypto.piotr

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Hola @slwzl gracias por tu comentario..

Acerca de los steems, dejame explicarte un poco como se van a distribuir. Cada venezolano que comente recibira votos por cada una de las personas en sus comentarios, entre mas votos tenga cada persona es igual a mas steems.

Esto sera distribuido por steem-bounty al final de siete dias finalizando el post, hazle saber a cada persona que entre mas votos tengan en sus comentarios mas steems sera enviado a sus billeteras.

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Con mucho gusto pasaré la información.
Gracias por responder @edgarare1
Saludos cordiales.

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ººVENEZUELAºº amigo gracias por estar pendiente y enviarme esta invitación @crypto.piotr cabe mencionar que el venezolano se ha vuelto periodista en todo el sentido de la palabra, muchas veces nos encontramos como ustedes sin tener una información concreta y veras por que las televisoras nacionales tienen prohibido informar la realidad, dicha realidad que muchos tememos que sea mas fuerte de la que se dice.
Yo soy de Venezuela y sigo en este mi país creyendo de que la libertad se aproxima
Ah sido muy conmovedor leer este post y saber que muchos a nivel mundial se duelen por la difícil situación que estamos atravesando, realmente afirmo cada palabra descrita antes en estos comentarios por mis hermanos venezolanos, no ha sido fácil permanecer de pie a saber que muchos familiares están lejos buscando un mejor futuro exponiendo su vida sin ninguna garantía, es lamentable como miles de niños se anexan a la estadística de desnutrición, como miles de hogares se disuelven porque es más fácil conseguir un plato de comida que 4 que multiplicado por 3 comidas al dia es mas duro, que ironía al saber que tenemos todo cómo salir adelante y solo por que alguien no le da la gana miles pagan los platos rotos, si estudiaste o no de nada sirve por ambos es común vestir roto y algo tan vital para el ser humano como la luz y el agua nos vuelve tan frágiles e indefensos ante las enfermedades, los que somos padres solo nos cuesta respirando profundo y ocultarnos las lágrimas y la desesperanza para poder mostrar una buena cara a nuestros hijos, para que sus pequeños corazones no sean llenados de odio hacia nuestro país.
En mi post mas reciente comparto acerca de como mi familia y yo atravesamos este apagón nacional, por supuesto viendo el lado positivo para que el dolor se menos un abrazo @edgarare1 gracias por la iniciativa, ya con prestar atención a nuestro clamor es suficiente! en nombre del pueblo de venezuela gracias
https://steemit.com/cervantes/@aniita/retotop10-algo-que-compartir-participa-y-gana#comments

ººVENEZUELAºº friend thank you for being pending and send me this invitation @crypto.piotr it is worth mentioning that the Venezuelan has become a journalist in every sense of the word, many times we are like you without having a specific information and you will see why the national television They are forbidden to inform reality, this reality that many of us fear is stronger than what is said.
I am from Venezuela and I am still in this country believing that freedom is approaching
Ah it was very moving to read this post and know that many worldwide suffer from the difficult situation we are going through, I really affirm every word described before in these comments by my Venezuelan brothers, it has not been easy to stand up to know that many relatives they are far away looking for a better future exposing their life without any guarantee, it is unfortunate how thousands of children are annexed to the statistics of malnutrition, as thousands of homes dissolve because it is easier to get a plate of food than 4 multiplied by 3 meals at day is harder, irony to know that we have everything to get ahead and just because someone does not want to pay thousands of broken dishes, if you studied or not of anything is useful for both is common to wear broken and something so vital to the being human like light and water makes us so fragile and helpless in the face of illnesses, we who are fathers only have a hard time breathing deep and hiding our tears and the hopelessness to be able to show a good face to our children, so that their little hearts are not filled with hatred towards our country.
In my most recent post I share about how my family and I went through this national blackout, of course seeing the positive side so that the pain is less a hug @edgarare1 thanks for the initiative, and to pay attention to our cry is enough! on behalf of the people of venezuela thanks
https://steemit.com/cervantes/@aniita/retotop10-algo-que-compartir-participa-y-gana#comments

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Hola @aniita gracias por tu comentario...

Lo se, es terrible todo lo que esta pasando en tu hermoso país, me gustaría haber podido hacer algo mas por todas las personas de Venezuela, por ahora pude hacer un pequeño aporte y ayudar a que mas personas puedan ver todo lo que esta pasando en Venezuela y puedan sumarse para apoyar mas..

Por mi parte estoy en disposición de seguir ayudando, cuenta con ello...

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si muchisimas gracias por ser bendecido y bendecir a otros, estoy segura que Dios recompensará su corazón generoso, Dios te bendiga amigo!

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Asi es @aniita es de mucha ayuda la labor que realiza el amigo @edgarare1 sigue pendiente de sus notas para recibir su apoyo y aqui te dejo el mio.

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Hi my friend. I am a freelance illustrator with base in Venezuela. Is not new the thing that Venezuela is living the worst crisis we have never had. just to summarize: poverty, an incredible inflation, corruption everywhere (starting in senior government officials), lack of medicine and food... we have a lot of problems. one week ago we had a blackout of 5 days, did you imagine how many people died for this blackout at the hospitals? How can a country develop with this kind of problems? I know, Is not easy but I think that something bad we can transform in something incredible good. People generally put the focus on the most negative pespective of problems and the Venezuelan people ends up being a victim who complains about everything dissatisfied. This crisis is the worst misfortune we have but at the same time is our best blessing, we should overcome this crisis, learn and grow up. So our challenge is change something really bad in a great opportunity to be better that yesterday. It is my view, I mean avoid to complain and work more.

When I feel down I remember the phrase of Albert Einstein:

"We can not expect things to change if we keep doing the same things.The crisis is the greatest blessing for people and nations, because the crisis brings progress. Creativity comes from anxiety as the day comes from the dark night. E 'in the crisis that is inventiveness, discoveries and great strategies. Who overcomes crisis overcomes himself without being 'passed'. Who gives the crisis its failures and difficulties, violent his own talent and gives more value to the solutions to the problems. The real crisis is the crisis of incompetence. 'Inconvenience of people and nations is the laziness in seeking solutions and ways out. Without crisis there are no challenges, without challenges life is a routine, a slow agony. Without crisis there is no merit. In crisis emerges the best of each, because without crisis all winds are only mild breezes. Talk of crisis means increasing it, and be silent in the crisis is to exalt conformism. Instead, we work hard. Let us stop, once and for all with the only dangerous crisis, which is the tragedy of not being willing to overcome."

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Hello @abrahmatan thanks a lot for coming...

Just keep your mind motivated and never give up, many people are here to help ...

About the steems, let me explain a bit how they are going to be distributed. Every Venezuelan who comments will receive votes for each person in his comments, the more votes each person has, the more steems they have.

This will be distributed by steem-bounty at the end of seven days ending the post, let each person knows that the more votes they have in their comments, the more steems will be sent to their wallets. So, let´s do it.

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OMG! jejejeje but here we are so many! jejejeje. Thanks a lot for your explanation and the good idea to help us. Have a wonderful day!

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Hey my friend you don´t have to vote anybody, just comment ...!!!

My job is to vote everyone, ok, don´t worry about voting by you...!!

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Dear @abrahmatan

Thank you for sharing your life experience with us. Those are indeed very sad days for Venezuela and I can only hope that noone close to you will suffer or die.

My heart is with you guys. I can hadly imagine how difficult it must be to have hope in current circumstances.

God bless Venezuela

ps. Did you perhaps consider using "enter" from time to time? To separate blocks of texts? It would make it much easier to read.

Yours
Piotr

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Thank for your feedback my friend! We must to overcome this situation. I know that we can do it!

Sorry if my write was difficult to read. I am going to use better the separate blocks of texts. Have a good day my friend.

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Thank you for being so responsive @abrahmatan

Hope you will have a great week ahead,
Piotr

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Primero que nada muchas gracias por el apoyo a nosotros los Venezolan@s @edgarare1 y @steem-bounty. Es muy dificil explicar con palabras como nos sentimos ante tantos problemas que tenemos: Políticos, Económicos y Sociales.
La situación esta asi amigos de Steemit; creo por lo que he escuchado en la mayoria de los otros paises del mundo les alcanza para vivir con un "Sueldo Minimo"no con muchos lujos en cambio aqui en Venezuela con el sueldo que gana un trabajador al MES; sirve para adquirir Tres (3) ó con suerte Cuatro (4) paquetes de Harina precocida (Harina PAN). Y lo más lamentable según mi punto de vista es que; asi logremos que cambie el gobierno estaremos todavía con los mismos problemas ya que estos se han vuelto parte de nuestra sociedad.
Pero bueno ahora más que nunca los Venezolan@s debemos de unirnos y apoyarnos como lo somos una gran Familia.
Suerte con esta Hermosa Iniciativa @edgarare1 y que la misma pueda llegar a muchos miembros Venezolan@s de Steemit puesto que con el dinero extra que logramos conseguir por este medio es como aliviamos dichos problemas.
" Dios nos Bendiga a Todos."

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Hola @franciscana23 es un gusto oír de ti, gracias por comentar...

Existen en el mundo infinidad de problemas pero ahora solo me queda decirte que estas en el lugar indicado, ahora hay muchas personas para ayudar y solo es cuestión de tiempo..

Nunca te rindas ante nada, y continua haciendo el gran trabajo en Steemit porque esto es el futuro para alcanzar el éxito que necesitas ...

hi! i don't know if i come by this post too late, but im form VENEZUELA and well i'm a lawyer but, currently a stay at home mom taking care of my 5 months old son.

what can i tell you about how living in Venezuela is? well is not easy, we just went through the worst blackout our country has ever been through, and we have issues to make enough money to buy food or medicine (if you can find any when you have the money to buy it), so yeah is not fun to live here.

My baby's daddy and love of my life just received his paycheck for the the half of the month, he was payed 12$ that are supposed to be anough for us to buy food and baby stuff for at least 15 days, LMFAO, yeah I made miracles and manage to buy:
1 chicken, 1/2 Kg of beef, some vegetables and a couple of little bags of condiments, and yeah that is supposed to last 15 days for my family of 4 (baby's daddy, mom of baby's daddy and me plus the little kid) I wasnt able to buy the diapers i need for the kid or to buy him the fruits that he needs.
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thank god for steemit it gives me a way to ear some money to buy the stuff my kid needs.

anyway i post this just to spread the word on how we live here, im a lucky woman being able to afford food and having a healthy family, but there are other that far worse than me and that just breaks my heart!

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Saludos @victoriabsb .
Eres joven y fuerte y se ve que tienes los pies bien puestos sobre la tierra.
Eres sin duda un ejemplo para muchos.
Que dios te siga dando el aguante, las fuerzas y la sabiduría para lograr sacar a tu bebe adelante.
Disfrútalo el tiempo pasa muy rápido.
Te estaré siguiendo y leyendo tus post.
Ahora mismo estoy esperando recargar mi RC.
Así que... Nos vemos.

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hola! muchisimas gracias por tus bellas palabras, en realidad no espero ser un ejemplo para nadie más que para mi hijo, si crece muy rápido ya no parece un bebe de 5 meses sino un hombrecito jajajaja