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[Wikimedia-l] O que está te fazendo feliz esta semana? / What's making you happy this week? (Week of 15 September 2019)
*English Wikiquote of the day for 15 September*

"To be part of something one doesn't in the least understand is, I think,
one of the most intriguing things about life. I like living. I have
sometimes been wildly despairing, acutely miserable, racked with sorrow,
but through it all I still know quite certainly that just to be alive is a
grand thing."
— Agatha Christie <>, of
England, author of popular and award-winning works of detective fiction

* A sign near Walden Pond
with a quote from from Henry David Thoreau
* Wikipedia sand art
* Photo
of "Recife <> in Brazil
<>, nicknamed the "Manguetown", (which)
has the largest urban mangrove <>
forest in the world." I looked up the article on mangroves because of a
comment by User:The Editor's Apprentice on the August *Signpost* adaptation
regarding mangrove crabs <>.

*Maps and photos of Brazil*
* Topographic map <>,
by German Wikipedia contributor User:Captain Blood
<> based on various mapping
* Map
of Köppen climate types
<>, by
User:Redtitan <>
* The *Palácio do Planalto*
the official workplace of Brazil's president, by User:Gastão guedes
* Oil platform P-51
<>, by
Brazilian public news agency Agência Brasil
* Municipal Theater of São Paulo
by User:The Photographer (also known as User:Wilfredor)
* Jaguar at the Piquiri River, the Pantanal, Brazil
by User:Charlesjsharp <>
* Iguazú Falls <>, by
* *Abismo Anhumas* (Anhumas Abyss)
<,_Bonito,_MS.JPG>, by
* Aerial view <> of
the Amazon rain forest <>,
by Neil Palmer of the International Center for Tropical Agriculture

*Closing comments*

Translations of the subject line of this email would be appreciated on Meta
Thanks to User:Eduaddad
for the Brazilian Portuguese translation

What’s making you happy this week? You are welcome to write in any
language. You are also welcome to start a WMYHTW thread next week.



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