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WHAT WERE MY DREAMS?
If you are a senior person like me , you can use the core values and experience acquired during your past life to use them to build a new successful life provided those core values and experience contain positive aspects and would not clash with your necessary need to change your present life.
My present life when I moved to the US in 1995, started well at first but soon, with challenging life and family circumstances, I was faced with an inadequate financial situation. And I fought and now am on my way to win the battle toward a successful life.
MY PAST LIFE, ROOTS, HISTORY
Monirama:” FROM THERE TO HERE” “Monirama,Roots,History,Life”
The above images are:
1) KALATU which in aborigenes language means “telling a story” so, I am telling you my life story to share with you how I built and am still building on it to make myself a successful life, making money online.
2)Monirama, Roots, History, Life: My past life on which I build my present one for a change into a better life
My Book “HOPE FOR A BETTER WORLD”
In one of the kindle series I called “Monirama…” which I made out from my main book titled “Hope for a Better World” on amazon.com , I share that my core value on which I build my present life and will continue to build my future life, which is my religious belief inspired by my family history.
This is the second Ebook of a series about Monirama, her native name is Monique Rama, and as an author she is using her American family name, Monique Mitchell.
Monique , now in the USA, in a flashback of her life in Madagascar, her native land, depicts her family roots, its historical background, her childhood upon which her life, as a child then as a teenager, will be built toward adulthood..
It would show the reader how she was educated and raised by her grandparents, an older generation, schooled and educated in the French system, learning the French language since at home, only Malagasy is spoken to her.
Her family ethnic roots coming from people who emigrated from Malaysia, Indonesia and Polynesia will introduce us to what an heritage can bring even if it’s long date.
You can check, if you wish the above “Monirama, Roots, History, Life” on amazon under kindle ebooks.
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EVENTS PLAYING A ROLE IN MY LIFE
During World War I, many Malagasy were mobilized to serve in the French army. My grandfather has taken the French citizenship, making his descendants all French-born like myself as French citizens. He was assigned a medical doctor, with the rank of captain at Port-Said, in Egypt. One of the French contingents was there, fighting the Germans.
Trusting in God’s plan, I went on with my life, getting married to a US business man. I had a wonderful son from that marriage, but unfortunately, the marriage did not last. I had a raise my son as single mother. I needed a good job and applied for one at the UN Office and obtained one. The price to pay was to work outside my comfort zone, but at the same time, we , my son John and I learned a lot about the UN(United Nations).
I was and still am so inspired making the parallel between the United States Constitution and the UN Charter: Our Constitution starts by three words: “We the People”. So does the UN Charter: “ We the Peoples”. Of course, the UN is for all peoples, all recognized sovereign countries, and the plural is warranted.
Another important event, after the last war, was the “Universal Declaration of Human Rights” It was adopted and proclaimed by the UN General Assembly on December 10, 1948. It says in essence: “ Its core values apply to everyone, everywhere, always”.
How beautiful and inspiring!
HOW I TOOK ACTION
I have written a book titled “Hope for a Better World”. I think that our sharing rightly finds its place in the” melting pot” you my reader/s are part of. The “Melting pot” is the varied ethnic and cultural backgrounds of people from all walks of life, regardless of age groups.
When I came to the US to join my family, my son and my granddaughter, at first all was well but soon I had family and other challenges. To meet my needs and supplement my inadequate income, I joined a business community called “Empowernetwork” (EN) which I identify also as a “melting pot” as it is made of leaders and members from all over the world.
Your turn to TAKE ACTION:
I am now inviting you to join our “melting pot”if like me, you wish to change your present life for a more successful and fulfilling your dreams.
Click or copy/paste the link into your browser. You will check a FREE “ACCESS HERE“,
leaving your email. If you like what you see, you should join:
Join and see you on the other side.
Thank you for your attention and God bless!
Monique Mitchell (Monrama)
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