Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Horrible weather in Toronto!!

Pheeww!! What a horrible weather in Toronto,today!!Good thing I didn't have to get out of the house much.Otherwise I would be very cranky by now.LOL.Which itself almost never happens.Yeah I'm a positive/optimistic person and never let anything mess up my mood.Hell,even my sometimes noisy sisters can't seem to be able to do that!!LOL.Well in terms of other news,I was just reading just two days ago about two people I've known personnaly who were murdered in Montréal and no one knows so far the details of such a horrible act.Apparently the police is still investigating.But I can't help but wonder.Where is this world coming to?

This crazy world of ours!!

Hello folks,

Did you guys see what happened in Pakistan?How sad!I guess it's going to take more than just just an earthquake,a tsunami,several genocides in a decade,AIDS,famines and quite a few other unpleasant natural and unatural disasters to wake us up.
Let's protect the only thing worth caring for in this universe of ours.Notre planète(our planet)!
How,you ask?
Well,that's a start!! Let's ask questions!!


Typical day in front of a computer...

Yep!! That's me in Paris,baby!!

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Travelling overseas can be very refreshing!!!

I had been wanting to visit Europe ever since I was a little boy and was unable to.Instead I left my native country barely a young adult to come here(Toronto).I've been to the States several times and have visited a few African countries(Burundi,Congo,Uganda,Kenya).
Each time I'd come back a changed man.For instance the 1st trip back to Africa made me realize how short and priceless life is and I came out to pretty much to everyone in my familly which wholefully changed my life.
This summer I went to Europe and I visited France,Germany and Belgium(where I have relatives) and I can't believe how much perspective that experience trew my way.I came back to Toronto and...well...without saying much,let's just say that I left my former job that I had for four years for a new one,which pays me better and allows me to explore other horizons.

So in the words of Shaggy,I'll sum it up as follow:
"I guarantee you that if half of the people in America used their passports a little bit more and travelled to countries like Afghanistan, Cairo and Dubai, (U.S. President George W.) Bush wouldn't have won and we wouldn't be in this situation."