Contributing to each other's success!

R. Montbrun - February 22 2008, 8:05 PM

You could not have said it any better, and I agree with you 100%.

As Haitians, we need to collectively come together for a common goal. We have waisted so much time, energy, and effort destroying, rather than building or preserving.

Our national treasures, landmarks should be synonymous to our identity as Haitians.

Why do we destroy so much when we can afford so little?

There needs to be a paradigm shift in our way of thinking and believe that there is plenty for everyone rather than one trying to keep it all for him/herself.

The knowledge gained by one should shared and be beneficial to another.

Only then, we will be successful as a community.

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