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 I was born in the midst of the sunbeam. In my eyes filtered the florescent light; That empowered me to detect dark deeds. With my inner voice Irenounce-  what is to injustice. Besides, my methodology is no close-dancing with bias. And neutrality is no trace of what is through my prose. ~Patricia Etienne~
         






 

 ~Here we are all friends Life experiences transform me into who I am. With this agreement, I acquire the serenity to understand and respect others' differences. Please feel free to browse in and get thru my harmonious liaison. Afterward, this is what keep me Happy in this transient Era
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Yesterday, I cried. I came home, went straight to my room, sat on the edge of my bed, kicked off my shoes , unhooked my bra, and I had myself a good cry Iyanla Vanzant (Yesterday, I Cried)  



I stand; I believe it was a call from above. Capitalism budged in and found me with a blind fold on, it took along a few good ones who were on my side and left me to stand alone; because I believe in mankind and my integrity is still intact that won't keep me down. Patricia Etienne.
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Each pant of breath's given the willingness to hope; Each look at a sprouting rose tells life is within patience And each day's spent giving a step forward to dream achievement~ Patricia



~Behind the mountain wall lies bigger mountains. The progressions of life rely onto many hands. With togetherness, we shall lift the heavy burdens~ Patricia Etienne


Always aim at complete harmony of thought and word and deed. Always aim at purifying your thoughts and everything will be well. Mohandas Gandhi



If I survive, I will spend my whole life at the oven door seeing that no one is denied bread and, so as to give a lesson of charity, especially those who did not bring flour. Jose Marti

 
"to Haiti what Shakespeare is to England and Dante to Italy. " Oswald Durand He wrote A part of the Haitian National anthems. For our country, For our forefathers, United let us march. Let there be no traitors in our ranks! Let us be masters of our soil. United let us march For our country, For our forefathers. For our forebears, For our country Let us toil joyfully. May the fields be fertile And our souls take courage. Let us toil joyfully For our forebears, For our country. For our country And for our forefathers, Let us train our sons. Free, strong, and prosperous, We shall always be as brothers. Let us train our sons For our country And for our forefathers. For our forebears, For our country, Oh God of the valiant! Take our rights and our life Under your infinite protection, Oh God of the valiant! For our forebears, For our country. For the flag, For our country To die is a fine thing! Our past cries out to us: Have a disciplined soul! To die is a fine thing, For the flag, For our country. ~Oswald Durand~ **´¨) ¸.•´¸.•*´¨(                                                                                                                                                            patricia_etienne@msn.com
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