I caught the bus this morning at 7 a.m. at the station (sometimes I catch it on the highway), enroute to the concrete jungle in São Paulo. Then, about 8:15 we arrived at the Tietê bus/metro station on São Paulo’s north side. I hopped the southerly metro down to the Sé station where I grabbed the west-bound subway to Anhangabu. I didn’t realize they’d moved the bus station down a block, but when the Itaim bus came by, I was still able to catch it, with so many people in line. I walked into the Ninth of July church building at 8:55 a.m., just in time for the first of two meetings about the Christian youth camp I work with. Continue reading