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Nonetheless, they had avocados, pineapples, apricots, acai berries, bananas, cashews, cashew nuts, coconuts, oranges, limes, mangos, papayas, and sapodillas, which seems inconsistent with the reference to a scarce supply, unless he was referring to European fruits.
He also reported on some forest fires, and wrote that he would soon begin transplanting trees. He added that they were strong and healthy, but that they had experienced moments when they had lost heart and missed civilization: I was not born and raised in this.
My life was different, and I have almost always lived in the midst of noise and bustle. And this here is so solitary! We live amongst a semi- savage population, far, very far, from the world, isolated.
We must harmonize our way of life as best as possible with nature; but not go back to the wild. This environment seems to make us savages. He then stressed the importance of the land for living as a frugivore, the relationship between heat and ease of engaging in naturist practices, and the limited use the locals made of these resources, preferring to eat meat and fish and drink alcohol.
It is always progressing, we will take it forward. In June he was in Rio de Janeiro, where, in a letter dated September , he noted that naturism was virtually unheard of. Even so, he had not lost his will to spread the word about vegetarianism in Brazil Craveiro, c, p.
At the end of the year, he complained of the heat and took joy from the appearance of different types of fruit. In his letter, he made sure he mentioned the most important thing: It appears that the heat has also had the gift of awakening the Brazilian Naturist Society from the profound lethargy in which it was immersed.
The young Brazilian group has awakened, stretched, yawned, changed direction, and, from what I see, given up the dolce fare niente to which it had comfortably delivered itself Craveiro, a, p. The Brazilian Naturist Society had planned a number of initiatives: lectures, advertisements, and the publication of a newspaper called Vida Naturista Naturist Life.
In August , he was still in Rio. At the end of the year, he returned to Portugal on the steamship Porto. As of volume 17, from , in particular, he wrote several articles. If the Boim project had failed, there was another that was aborted even before it reached maturity. The ten-day voyage included much seasickness, a stop on Madeira island, and an eight-day quarantine period. He was accompanied by A.
Pereira and J. Marques, about whom nothing is known Sousa, c, p. One participant of the sanatorium-colony project was an English philanthropist from Liverpool, one A. Watters, who had lived in Chile, England, and Madeira, and had invited him to pool their efforts to make the project a success Sousa, d, p. But his arrival was far from auspicious: quarantine put him in a state of despair, such that he accused the health authorities of incompetence and wrote a letter of protest that he had sent to Folha do Norte.
He took the opportunity to ask for a bunch of bananas so he could continue his frugivorous diet. His accounts continued after he had alighted, informing the readers of O Vegetariano of his expectations and disappointments, even after having praised the tropics as synonymous with paradise. Elsewhere, he compared the situation in northern Brazil with the situation in Portugal, putting the post-war differences in perspective. While he highlighted the bounty of the land, he commented that virtually nobody cultivated it.
In his view, the mirage of rubber was still in the air, with the excessive spending that had once been possible because of the high profits derived from its exploitation. At the same time, he remarked on the high price of foodstuffs.
Nonetheless, in the comparison, Portugal still came out worse: At least there is no hunger here. There is not that constant restlessness that one sees in cities, especially enslaved to the thousand selfish deeds by those different tribes of red or blue politicians that lead Portugal to the most abject and dangerous moral, economic, and political ruin Sousa, g, p.
Watters started to appear. However, Watters wanted to have it built further inland. In June, the fate of the project seemed clear. That way, they would be able to find out who was right Sousa, i, p. The project was quick to run its course, and in July the readers of O Vegetariano were notified of its failure. The two men had parted company: A. I will not accompany this man of science into the wild. Watters and had set off southward.
Like any visitor to the v. News about these public events and interviews he gave was subsequently published in O Vegetariano. He returned to Portugal on the Almanzora in the same year of And he went much further — giving lectures in Portugal, Spain and Brazil, and writing books and over a hundred articles published in the mainstream press and specialized publications — to spread the word about vegetarianism and naturism throughout Portuguese-speaking countries, especially Brazil, and also, through the translation of several of his works, in Spanish-speaking countries.
In this sense, the return to nature, as opposed to degeneration and an artificial lifestyle full of the consumption of harmful and inebriating substances like alcohol, tobacco, and meat, was indispensable.
But it was important to go further, combining this with light clothing, scrupulous personal hygiene, cleanliness of the home, physical exercise, and regular exposure to the sun and water.
He therefore argued in favor of projects to regenerate the body and society, seeking to create beings whose values differed from the prevailing social reality. It was therefore a matter of finding a new discourse about the relationships between body and society through a system of values and behavioral rules.
This is how his effort to create the naturist colonies can be understood. As such, several naturists from Portugal and elsewhere saw Brazil as a new Eden. Both proved unsuccessful, showing that these models of social organization, which purported to be superior to the prevailing models, would not work. They were concrete examples of utopia: societies that were ideal, fair, rational, perfect, and unattainable.
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