Help Somebody, Help Yourself

Great words Mr. St Preux.

I approve and support all the way. Please continue to use the saying in your last message.

Yap Pale, nap travay.

Well, I would feel like an "hypocrite" if I was not doing something myself.

My family runs a small foundation called EDEM, see our site www.edem2.org and we are helping communities in Haiti trough technology, agriculture and sustainable development.

I share your visiion as it takes the effort of each of us to make a difference.

Peace,
Patrick

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