Friday, 20 April 2012

Suit ton choix

Sur le seuil de tout ce qu'on prevoit, se rencontrent l'espoir et la foi
Sur la marche de ce que la vie nous envoie, se défient le devoir et l'effroi
Le parcours ne réponds pas toujours à chaque pourquoi, 
Sauf l'ordre qu'il t'ordonne: soit
Va au bout de l’échelle de celle la plus haute
Tu fais tes choix, non ceux des autres
Seul tu seras sous ta conviction
Ne fais pas de loi; fais l’exception
Ne t’arrête pas, avale chaque défaite
L’épée finit parfois par piquer son maître
Il n’y a aucune haine, sauf l’amour et la peur
L’homme qui réussit n’a pas bu ses larmes, mais sa sueur
Va risquer cette vie s’il le faut
Mais bats-toi toujours! Pour ce que tu vaut
Tu ne sauras, tant que tu l’aurais fait
Que ça ne s’arrête pas, ça ne s’arrête jamais



We imagine our lives the way we want it to be; that is the point where hope meets his brother, faith.
But as we move on, life throws on us what we prepared not for; then is it a true test-- duty against fear.
The road you travel will not give all the answers you seek.
It will simply order you: Be.

Go climb to the peak of the highest ladder.
You make your choices, not those of another.
Even if you be lone under your beliefs,
Don’t give in to the common, make up the exception.

Failures shouldn’t make you stop, ever.
Even the sword sometimes hurts his master.
For the sword knows life is guided by only of the two: love and fear.
He who could master it drank his sweat, not his tears.

If need be, go risk this life.
But for what you are worth, keep up the fight.
You wouldn’t know until you shall have done it.
That life is a battle that doesn’t stop, never does it.

Monday, 2 April 2012

One sign of yours can help a nation get back home

Read the article, won't take much of your time:

Sign here:!/petition/us-government-must-redress-wrongs-against-chagossians/gPRF7hmz?

The Chagossians are a small nation, some living in the Seychelles, some in Mauritius and others scattered wherever in the world where there presence barely matters. We all value our homeland. The reason am asking you to sign it is because numbers matter for the White House. The Chagossians are few in number. They live in destitute conditions. Chances they get access to the internet and can use it are minimal. But you can. It will barely take two minutes of your time. It does not get you into trouble simply by signing a petition. An account is required if you don't have one. Just your name and email address, that's it.

It's a sad fact that injustices are committed to minorities the most and when they ask for help-- or merely, for attention-- size matters more than the gravity of their troubles. 

Please do sign it. Remember that there is time only till the 4th of April. Today, they need your help. Tomorrow, you might be the one needing it.

Thank you.